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  • CAB - Diversity in Broadcasting - Updates
    CAB Diversity Update Issue 3 December 10 2008 Issue 2 July 9 2008 Issue 1 April 10 2008 Accessibility Features Terms of Use Privacy Policy

    Original URL path: http://www.cab-acr.ca/english/social/diversity/updates.shtm (2015-04-05)
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  • CAB - Diversity in Broadcasting - Persons with Disablities
    Unresolved issues related to the accessibility of telecommunications and broadcasting services to persons with disabilities Undertakings pdf version November 17 2008 CAB Oral Presentation Unresolved Issues Related to the Accessibility of Telecommunications and Broadcasting Services to Persons with Disabilities Broadcasting Notice of Public Hearing CRTC 2008 8 Bilingual version as presented pdf English version pdf October 6 2008 Submission Broadcasting NPH Telecom PN CRTC 2008 8 Unresolved issues related to the accessibility of telecommunications and broadcasting services to persons with disabilities Reply Comments pdf version April 5 2007 Letter Letter to CAB President and CEO Glenn O Farrell from Ulysses Currie Deputy Minister of Employment Immigration and Industry Alberta Deputy Minister s letter pdf version click here Deputy Minister s letter text version click here April 4 2007 Letter Letter to CAB President and CEO Glenn O Farrell from Paddy Meade Deputy Minister of Health and Wellness Alberta Deputy Minister s letter pdf version click here Deputy Minister s letter text version click here February 8 2007 Letter Letter to CAB President and CEO Glenn O Farrell from the Honourable Marilyn Trenholme Counsell MD Senator Senator s letter pdf version click here Senator s letter text version click here January

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  • CAB - Diversity in Broadcasting - Persons with Disablities
    RNC MEDIA INC and Tara Rajan Vice President Research Policy Canadian Association of Broadcasters The Gold Ribbon Award for Aboriginal Programming in Radio honours the station that has made the greatest contribution to the development creation and broadcast of an outstanding Canadian program or series dealing with an Aboriginal theme or tackling an Aboriginal issue and designed to develop awareness in the station s community The winning entry Cree Ways Living with Diabetes was submitted by CJNB CJNS North Battleford Northwestern Radio Partnership and Rawlco Radio Click here to listen to the audio clip Pam Leyland centre President of Rawlco Radio Ltd accepts the 2008 Gold Ribbon Award for Aboriginal Programming from Marc André Levesque President COO RNC MEDIA INC and Tara Rajan Vice President Research Policy Canadian Association of Broadcasters Two Gold Ribbon Awards were created to celebrate Diversity in News and Information Programming in 2006 For Television and Specialty and Pay members the award honours the station or service that has broadcast an outstanding report or story dealing particularly effectively and accurately with issues relating to social diversity including race ethnicity and persons with disabilities This includes a single in depth report or series of reports or a documentary designed to develop awareness and reflect the community CFMT TV Toronto s The M Word Canada s Multiculturalism a Work In Progress OMNI Television was the recipient of the 2008 Gold Ribbon Award in this category Click here to view the video clip Madeline Ziniak centre National Vice President OMNI Television accepts the Diversity in News and Information Programming for Radio members from Rob Braide Vice President Branding Communications and Industry Relations Astral Media Radio and Elaine Ali Senior Vice President CTV Stations Group For Radio members the award honours the station that has broadcast an outstanding report or

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  • CAB - Diversity in Broadcasting - What the Industry is Doing
    Broadcasters CAB Canadian Television Fund CTF Canadian Film and Television Production Association CFTPA CanWest Citytv CTVglobemedia National Campus and Community Radio Association NCRA OMNI Television Radio Television News Directors Association RTNDA ReelWorld Télédiversité Telefilm Canada VisionTV S VOX Vista Radio

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  • CAB - Diversity in Broadcasting - Media Centre
    Canadian broadcast NSI Storytellers began training Aboriginal writers and producers last fall Jean LaRose APTN CEO notes in a release that the service is pleased with the training that NSI is providing Aboriginal content creators and proud to partner with them to develop this unique program The many private and public sponsors of NSI Storytellers 2007 08 include APTN and CTV CHUM July 24 2008 Submission Broadcasting Notice of Public Hearing Telecom Public Notice CRTC 2008 8 Unresolved issues related to the accessibility of telecommunications and broadcasting services to persons with disabilities pdf version July 9 2008 CAB Special Update on Diversity 2 April 10 2008 CAB Special Update on Diversity 1 March 20 2008 CRTC Approves CAB Equitable Portrayal Code November 29 2007 Reply Comments CAB Files Reply to Comments on the Proposed Equitable Portrayal Code November 5 2007 Remarks Remarks by Ontario s Lieutenant Governor David Onley former Citytv broadcaster and prominent advocate for persons with disabilities at the CAB 2007 Convention November 5 2007 News Release CAB Announces 2007 Gold Ribbon Award Winners for News Information Documentary and Diversity Programming May 3 2007 News Release Advancing Diversity CAB Achieves Major Strides in 2006 2007 November 30 2006 News Release December 3 International Day of Disabled Persons Private Broadcasters Launched Three Major Initiatives November 7 2006 Speech The Business Case for Diversity By Milton K Wong Speech at the CAB Convention November 7 2006 News Release CAB Announces 2006 Gold Ribbon Award Winners for Community Service and Diversity Programming November 6 2006 News Release CAB Launches Three Major Initiatives for Persons with Disabilities May 4 2006 News Release Advancing Diversity The Impact of the CAB s 2005 06 Initiatives December 8 2005 Article in Abilities Magazine Forum Persons with Disabilities in Television Programming A plan to move forward

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  • CAB - Diversity in Broadcasting - Events
    hit show Zone X which he also produced After Musique Plus his next challenge was field producing the CBC s Street Cents Nadler was instrumental in the re packaging of the show which went on to win the Gemini Award winning show s redesign Additional freelance assignments included directing and creating the show opening for Up Close with Sonia Benezra The brain damage he experienced in the car accident in the mid 1990s forced Nadler to re invent himself He went back to university to get his Master s degree in communications at the Université du Québec à Montréal Paul s strong will and creative efforts to regain his life have certainly paid off Since Braindamdj d 11 was completed in 2006 Paul has traveled all over the world to present the film at festivals Some of the countries he has visited include Australia New Zealand India Taiwan Japan and Spain to name just a few The film has garnered many awards as well It won the coveted Peabody Award was the most nominated documentary at the 21st annual Gemini Awards with 4 nominations two of which it won Best Biography Documentary and Best Direction in a Documentary for Paul It also won the Grand Prix award at the prestigious Japan Prize competition and the Grand Prix Award at the Moscow Disability Film Festival When and Where Friday November 2 2007 1 30PM until 3 30 PM at the Innis Town Hall one block south of Bloor on St George street ramp entry on the south side just North of Robarts Library ASL will be provided along with attendant services Panel Description In a small group setting filmmakers at all stages in their careers will have a unique and empowering opportunity to meet with Commissioning Editors from the major Canadian

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  • CAB - Diversity in Broadcasting - Additional Resources
    Additional Resources Industry Reports Research and Publications Training Links Accessibility Features Terms of Use Privacy Policy

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  • CAB - Task Force on Cultural Diversity on Television -Message from the Co-Chairs
    television and Telecommunications Commission CRTC the regulator that oversees Canadian broadcasting has a mandate to ensure that all broadcasters contribute to a system that accurately reflects the presence of cultural ethnic and racial minorities and Aboriginal peoples of Canada In 2002 the Canadian Association of Broadcasters CAB established the Task Force for Cultural Diversity on Television comprised of five industry and four non industry representatives The Task Force is pleased to present its report and accompanying research study representing the findings and outcome of nearly two years work examining the reflection and portrayal of cultural diversity on Canadian private television The Report is a leading groundbreaking initiative within the international body of diversity research and study and thanks to an approach to research that applied a number of measures the study which accompanies the Report is without question the most comprehensive of its kind ever undertaken In combining a wide ranging study with a broad set of recommended Best Practices and Industry Initiatives the Report of the Task Force represents both an opportunity and a challenge for Canada s private broadcasters While inroads have been made in reflecting and portraying cultural diversity on television and many positive examples exist the

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