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Daily News - Monday, August 30, 2004
New CBC web rules hurts journalists: CMG
TORONTO - The CBC's "effort to 'protect' employees hinders their work," says the Canadian Media Guild. A few weeks ago the CBC bega... [Full Story]
Daily News - Tuesday, August 17, 2004
U.S. IBOC transmission not allowed, say CBC, CAB
OTTAWA - A recent U.S. radio regulatory initiative could have a dramatic impact on the ability of Canadian radio stations to be heard, says a letter f... [Full Story]
Daily News - Monday, August 16, 2004
CBC, Roots, team up for auction
TORONTO - The official Canadian Olympics broadcaster (CBC) and the official Canadian Olympics clothier (Roots) have teamed up to launch an on-line auc... [Full Story]
Daily News - Thursday, August 12, 2004
Veteran CBC broadcaster Murray jumps into government
OTTAWA - One of the CBC's award-winning journalists, Susan Murray, has left the public broadcaster for a government job. She will soon take o... [Full Story]
Daily News - Friday, August 06, 2004
CBC lays off nine in Maritimes
TORONTO - At least nine CBC television employees in the Atlantic region received notice yesterday that their positions have been declared redundant, t... [Full Story]
Daily News - Friday, July 30, 2004
CBC clarifies Amber Alert stance
TORONTO - On July 15, 2004 on The National, CBC made a short statement of its policy with regard to Amber Alert, a statement which left many confused.... [Full Story]
Daily News - Friday, July 30, 2004
Grapes re-signs with CBC
TORONTO - CBC Sports this week announced Don Cherry will return to his post between the first and second periods of Hockey Night In Canada on his show... [Full Story]
Daily News - Friday, July 23, 2004
TSN shut out of new curling deal
OTTAWA - It's a great deal for digi-net Country Canada, which will be able to showcase some high-profile programming, but one wonders if curling's new... [Full Story]
Daily News - Wednesday, July 21, 2004
Richard Stursberg to replace Redekopp at CBC
TORONTO - Yesterday, the CBC/Radio-Canada board of directors approved the appointment of Richard Stursberg as executive vice-president, English televi... [Full Story]
Daily News - Thursday, July 15, 2004
CBC, Media Guild, squabble over Olympic per diems
TORONTO - The Canadian Media Guild and the CBC will be appearing before arbitrator Pamela Chapman on July 29 and 30 to deal with a dispute over meal a... [Full Story]
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