CBC/Radio-Canada

CBC/Radio-Canada launches initiatives to support diversity, local journalism

Public media must be responsive. This week, CBC/Radio-Canada responded to public needs and concerns with two initiatives: the HireBIPOC project and the Local News Matters directory.

USA protests

The Public Media Alliance condemns attacks on journalists and media workers during protests in the USA

As Black Lives Matter protests spread across the United States, journalists are facing an unprecedented number of threats, physical attacks and even arrests by authorities for doing their jobs. It is essential that journalists are allowed to cover these events unimpeded.

public media

Public media launch funds for creators and freelancers

Public broadcasters are launching funds to support producers, storytellers and other creators during the coronavirus pandemic. 

local

Coronavirus and local public media

Democracy relies on quality journalism and no more so than at the local level, particularly during crises and emergencies.

ABC Media Literacy Week

Public broadcasters around the world collaborate to support media literacy

To mark Global Media and Information Literacy Week, national public broadcasters the ABC, CBC/Radio-Canada and PBS have come together to call for greater media literacy in the digital age.

climate change

New trends in reporting on climate change

In light of the recent heat waves occurring across the globe, media organisations, public and independent, are taking heed on placing climate change at the forefront of their reporting. 

CBC North

Public media & indigenous languages

With 2019 being the UN Year of Indigenous Languages, how do public media organisations ensure the fair representation of indigenous cultures and languages?

CBC/Radio-Canada

CBC/Radio-Canada submits its recommendations for modernizing Canada’s culture legislation

Press Release: CBC/Radio-Canada presents its case for modernising Canada’s cultural legislation, which includes ensuring a strong public broadcaster to support Canadian culture and democracy in the digital world.

CBC/Radio-Canada

New Executive Vice-President, Corporate Development for CBC/Radio-Canada

Catherine Tait, President and CEO of CBC/Radio-Canada, has announced the appointment of Claude Galipeau as Executive Vice-President, Corporate Development.

Catherine Tait ICC

Insight | Disruption, Trust and the Public Broadcaster

President and CEO of CBC/Radio-Canada, Catherine Tait, used her keynote at this year's IIC Canada conference to discuss the impact of disruption and growing distrust of the media on the public broadcasting.