Tag: TV

Monika Ille named new CEO of APTN

APTN has announced that Monika Ille will succeed Jean La Rose as the new CEO of the Indigenous television network. Ille has been with...

Broadcast Dialogue – The Podcast: Sylvie Courtemanche, Chair of the Canadian...

The Canadian Broadcast Standards Council, the independent organization that establishes standards for private Canadian broadcasters, is seeking a younger perspective. On this episode of...

WABE celebrates 69th year bringing broadcast engineering community together

A Message from Clint Hollinger, President, Western Association of Broadcast Engineers (WABE) This year, the Western Association of Broadcast Engineers is hosting its 69th annual...

Super Channel promotes new executives from within

Super Channel has restructured its management team, creating a new level of executives to reduce the number of direct reports to President & CEO...

Cardinal, The Handmaid’s Tale, Chilling Adventures of Sabrina lead DGC Award...

The Directors Guild of Canada (DGC) handed out its 18th annual DGC Awards Saturday night in Toronto. Hungarian-Canadian filmmaker George Mihalka (My Bloody Valentine, La...

CBSC seeking younger adjudicators

The Canadian Broadcast Standards Council (CBSC) is looking to recruit younger adjudicators. Sylvie Courtemanche, chair of the CBSC, says particularly when it comes to adjudicating...

#Elxn43: Where to watch, listen and stream

TV: CBC Canada Votes 2019: Election Night starts at 6:30 p.m. ET. on CBC TV and CBC News Network, as well as CBC Gem, cbcnews.ca and the CBC News...

OAB Inspiring Women Award aimed at getting more women in the...

The Ontario Association of Broadcasters (OAB) is still inviting last-minute applications for this year's awards program, including its new Inspiring Women Award. Mora Austin, past...

Broadcast Dialogue – The Podcast: Numeris President & CEO Neil McEneaney

On the latest episode of Broadcast Dialogue - The Podcast, editor Connie Thiessen got a  rare opportunity to sit down with Numeris President &...

Future bright despite industry challenges, says BCAB president

While British Columbia's traditional broadcasting sector is facing challenges, Rob Bye, president of the BC Association of Broadcasters (BCAB), says the industry's future is...
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