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  • Radio-Canada's modernization continues
    goal of keeping pace with our audiences shifting media habits To cite one example the exclusive pre release of the second season of Série noire on ICI Tou tv Extra in November has generated over 250 000 views to date a resounding success Since September we have maintained a local and regional news presence throughout the day on TV radio the web mobile platforms and social media seven days a week Plus the strength of our digital news offering was on display once again during the October 2015 federal election when traffic results for our web and mobile sites shattered records Not to mention the impact of Jean François Bélanger s live report from Paris on the night of the November 13 attacks with video that was viewed over 4 5 million times on the Téléjournal Facebook page A work environment for a 21st century broadcaster Following the Canada Industrial Relations Board s decision to review our union structures we will now be working with three bargaining units the Association des réalisateurs the Association of Professionals and Supervisors APS and a new merged unit comprising three of our unions SCRC SCFP and STARF with which we will be negotiating over the coming year We look forward to working with them to craft a workplace that will allow the public broadcaster to evolve in an environment that s more competitive than ever while leveraging the enormous creative talent of our people More suitable infrastructure and production capability Radio Canada also needs to modernize its facilities to meet the imperatives of a multiplatform media environment and fulfill the expectations of a wide range of creators including independent producers who more often than not opt to shoot outside our facilities That s how we can continue to provide our audiences with the content they ve come to expect from us Most of our regional centres have already moved into new state of the art digital broadcast centres close to their respective communities In Montreal we have already started adjusting our production capacity to adapt to the new industry reality but we now need to rethink our facilities Although we recognize that many are attached to Maison de Radio Canada and the symbol it represents there is no denying that the current building designed over 50 years ago is outdated too large and no longer meets our needs Staying there costs us over 20 million a year in management and operating costs We also have a 170 million cumulative maintenance deficit the result of several decades of Radio Canada having to make tough choices to protect the programming and content that are central to its mandate With non insulated windows a poorly performing building envelope and plumbing and wiring at the end of their useful life the current MRC is in need of major renovations This would involve substantial expenditures for the public broadcaster whose role is not to invest in real estate That s why we are currently exploring all potential solutions including

    Original URL path: http://www.cbc.radio-canada.ca/en/media-centre/2016/01/18/ (2016-02-06)
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  • CBC/Radio-Canada opens new downtown facility for Sudbury station
    Standards SYNC online technology magazine SYNC Issue 1 2012 SYNC Issue 2 2012 SYNC Issue 3 2013 SYNC Issue 4 2013 SYNC Issue 5 2013 SYNC Issue 6 2014 Contributors 2014 2015 Annual Report We have seen challenge change and opportunity over the past fiscal year all of which is chronicled in our report Read Annual Public Meeting 2015 Our Annual Public Meeting was held on September 29 2015 live from Winnipeg All details here More Environmental Performance Report 2014 2015 In addition to our mandate of reaching out to Canadians with programming on all platforms we strive to build a culture of environmental awareness and sustainability More Media Centre News Releases Get the facts Speeches Media Contacts Commercial Services Ombudsmen Home Media Centre 2015 December December 16 Media Centre News Releases Get the facts Speeches Media Contacts LinkedIn Facebook Twitter Print Email CBC Radio Canada opens new downtown facility for Sudbury station December 16 2015 Sudbury CBC Radio Canada is proud and excited to officially open its new broadcast facility at 43 Elm St in Sudbury The station s relocation was an opportunity for the public broadcaster to modernize its operations to better meet the needs of Canadians Located in the city s downtown core the new facility will allow CBC Radio Canada Sudbury to more broadly reflect the region to audiences while strengthening and deepening its connection with local communities This major project the culmination of several months work will enable us to take up new challenges by setting up our teams in up to date and far more functional facilities so that they can continue to deliver relevant engaging programming driven by what s happening in Northern Ontario said Robert Renaud Director of Radio Canada Ontario This move also supports CBC Radio Canada s Digital Strategy in offering modern tools for employees giving us more contact points with the audiences throughout the day and promoting the growth of our mobile and digital services The newsroom will provide greater flexibility for the station s journalists and programming staff And with new technologies also bringing new workflows management felt it would be advantageous to have all employees work together in one big open space The new broadcast centre will be a hub of innovation in the centre of the community aiming to share resources between the CBC and Radio Canada teams The new space will allow them to focus on digital and mobile first content steadily increasing the volume and frequency of stories coming from the diverse Northern Ontario communities added Senior Managing Director for the Ontario Region Marissa Nelson The project is a very stimulating one for all CBC Radio Canada staff Employees will be able to tap into their experience to foster a work and broadcasting space that s closer to our audiences across all platforms Members of the media are invited today for a tour of the station located at 43 Elm Street at 10 00 a m The public will be invited to tour the

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  • Radio-Canada costume department gets new lease on life with creation of Le Grand Costumier social enterprise
    and the Minister responsible for the Protection and Promotion of the French Language The Grand Costumier is a big plus in helping develop and promote Montreal as a cultural metropolis Our government is proud to support this strategic initiative which allows the city to strengthen a key economic sector Quebec s TV film and theatre production industry said Robert Poëti Minister of Transport and Minister responsible for the Montreal region With its 70 000 costumes 20 000 accessories and countless cultural artifacts the Radio Canada costume department is one of the largest of its kind in North America said Luc Rabouin director of social economy and employability at PME Montréal Centre Ville We decided to leverage the incredible wealth of this collection and developed a social business model to meet the cultural industry s needs The Grand Costumier will rent out costumes continue to build the collection and promote the work done by costume designers wardrobe keepers and dressers It will be a financially viable operation that gives back to the community a shining example of what the social economy is all about Following the agreement reached in spring 2015 with Musées de la civilisation de Québec which allowed Radio Canada to achieve its goal of preserving and showcasing 143 heritage costumes today s agreement with the Grand Costumier allows us to achieve our other goal for the costume department said Louis Lalande executive vice president of CBC Radio Canada French Services We can now ensure the long term preservation of the thousands of costumes and accessories that Radio Canada will transfer at no charge to the new social enterprise I m confident that the Grand Costumier will breathe new life into this impressive collection amassed over the past 60 years for the benefit of the entire creative industry The Grand Costumier will serve all local TV film and theatre productions added Ginette Petit chair of the Grand Costumier s board of directors We intend to do more than simply maintain the Radio Canada costume department s existing collection We also want to build on it and develop new market niches that will support the organization s financial viability and promote the city of Montreal Among other things we ll be exploring opportunities in the burgeoning international film location industry Key support from the City of Montreal and government of Quebec The Grand Costumier will be located in the Gaston Miron building a heritage site and cultural hub The City of Montreal played a key role by helping the Grand Costumer with its move paying to retrofit the historic building and charging the organization a preferential rent The Gaston Miron building is the ideal place to house the Grand Costumier said Manon Gauthier a member of the City of Montreal s Executive Committee Strategically located in the downtown core it already houses the Conseil des arts de Montréal and the Conseil du patrimoine in addition to renting out a number of rehearsal studios The space had been vacant for seven

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  • CBC/Radio-Canada and Petro-Canada partner on the first annual face event in support of Canada's future olympians and paralympians
    Canada s high performance athletes A major part of our sports strategy is elevating the profile of Canada s high performance athletes and the sports in which they participate so that our audience is more familiar with them and more invested in their stories and results said Greg Stremlaw executive director CBC Sports Partnering with Petro Canada on the FACE Summit and Faces of Tomorrowallows us to extend this strategy even further by introducing another generation of athletes to Canadians even earlier before they re representing the country on the national and international level The FACE Summit gives us the opportunity to continue to support athletes in an innovative way helping to build FACE athletes capabilities and enhance their skillsets says Marc Goodman director loyalty strategic partnerships Suncor By working with CBC Radio Canada we will also be able to also bring their experience at the Summit to a Canadian audience leading up to Rio by showcasing the efforts of our FACE athletes This year s FACE recipients will gather to learn from previous recipients Olympians and Paralympians as well as subject matter experts in the areas of media training public speaking social media and personal brand development The skills these athletes acquire over the three day event will help prepare them for the transition to the next level of their careers in sport During the summit events CBC cameras will capture content that will be used to create the Faces of Tomorrow series profiling FACE recipients on a weekly basis during CBC Sports ROAD TO THE OLYMPIC GAMES broadcasts Faces of Tomorrow will introduce these exceptional young athletes to the Canadian viewers who will cheer them on when they compete on the national and international stage The weekend will kick off on Friday evening with a welcome address from ROAD TO THE OLYMPIC GAMES host Andi Petrillo The summit will resume on Saturday morning as Petrillo s co host Scott Russell and Radio Canada s Marie José Turcotte provide opening remarks followed by a keynote address from Olympian and former FACE program beneficiary Mark Tewksbury Saturday evening will feature a VIP red carpet reception and FACE program induction ceremony at CBC s Toronto headquarters where each athlete will be officially welcomed into the program by Petro Canada executives Members of the media are welcome to attend the red carpet for the opportunity to speak with the FACE program dignitaries The weekend will wrap up on Sunday morning when the athletes will hear from Paralympian Josh Dueck prior to taking part in their final training sessions of the weekend Petro Canada s FACE program supports aspiring Olympic and Paralympic athletes when they need it most when they are striving to become a part of Team Canada but don t yet qualify for government funding Every year Petro Canada awards fifty grants of 10 000 to promising athletes from across Canada and their coaches These funds help them along their journey and are often used for training equipment and travel expenses

    Original URL path: http://www.cbc.radio-canada.ca/en/media-centre/2015/12/11/ (2016-02-06)
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  • Get acquainted or reacquainted with the country in a fun and original way starting January 10
    2014 2015 In addition to our mandate of reaching out to Canadians with programming on all platforms we strive to build a culture of environmental awareness and sustainability More Media Centre News Releases Get the facts Speeches Media Contacts Commercial Services Ombudsmen Home Media Centre 2015 December December 10 Media Centre News Releases Get the facts Speeches Media Contacts LinkedIn Facebook Twitter Print Email Get acquainted or reacquainted with the country in a fun and original way starting January 10 December 10 2015 Montreal Original sometimes zany discoveries free wheeling conversations and unique news and views it all adds up to 100 LOCAL one of TV s most entertaining hours Hosted by Nicolas Ouellet the new program takes the form of a friendly competition between four challengers all proudly representing their own region as they pay playful homage to the things that make their corner of the country unique From one ocean to another everything you always wanted to know about our country but were afraid to ask is covered without the slightest trace of pretention or objectivity Shot in Ottawa starting December 12 and 13 100 LOCAL will include 13 episodes set to air on ICI Radio Canada Télé Sundays at 2 p m starting January 10 The program will also be presented on ICI ARTV on Mondays at 3 p m 100 LOCAL is backed by a pumped and primed team Young host Nicolas Ouellet has already distinguished himself on ICI Radio Canada TVA Vrak and ICI ARTV Our four challengers are actors known for their improvisational skills fortunately for us because they re going to need every trick up their sleeves to promote their home regions They are Laura Lussier West Vincent Poirier Ontario Tammy Verge Quebec and Christian Essiambre Atlantic Each episode is developed around a central theme and broken down into 12 segments giving our protagonists a chance to match their wits and claim bragging rights for their regions Le top du top Best of the best Each contributor presents his or her favourite spot chosen in relation to the theme of the week Tu tombes en panne à Breakdown in What do you do if you have engine trouble in an unfamiliar place It s an original way to start exploring Les ambassadeurs The ambassadors Each contributor chooses a chatty representative to answer Nicolas s questions Guerre de clochers Turf war Our golden tongued protagonists put their eloquence to the test to beat their opponents on their assigned topic La boîte à surprise Surprise surprise Each challenger presents an object typical of his or her region But watch out there might be more to one object than meets the eye La transcanadienne Trans Canada Our contributors describe a person or event that left its mark on the whole country Le choc des généralités A closer look Our contributors take on common assumptions and beliefs about their regions Épate moi Wow me Each participant is given one minute and carte blanche to impress Nicolas Ça

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  • PATTISON Onestop partners with CBC/Radio-Canada as their news provider for their digital office networks
    strive to build a culture of environmental awareness and sustainability More Media Centre News Releases Get the facts Speeches Media Contacts Commercial Services Ombudsmen Home Media Centre 2015 November November 25 Media Centre News Releases Get the facts Speeches Media Contacts LinkedIn Facebook Twitter Print Email PATTISON Onestop partners with CBC Radio Canada as their news provider for their digital office networks November 25 2015 Toronto PATTISON Onestop a division of PATTISON Outdoor Advertising has chosen the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation to become their news content provider for their Digital Office Network For more than 75 years CBC Radio Canada has been the source Canadians turn to to keep them informed about their communities their country and their world CBC Radio Canada s bilingual news service offers a diversity of stories covering key areas such as national local and political news as well as sports and entertainment This content partnership ensures that Canadians have access to the best in class news coverage with CBC Radio Canada s digital news feeds The Office Network interface will continue to provide consumers with relevant content Finance weather time and Pelmorex Media Inc s Beat The Traffic content will remain on screen in addition to CBC Radio Canada s news content Partnering with Canada s leading national public radio and television broadcaster is another exciting milestone for our company and ensures the highest level of coverage on our Digital Networks said Cam Milne Vice President and General Manger PATTISON Onestop We re excited to partner with the CBC Radio Canada and provide Canadians with real time breaking news and issues that matter Being able to offer local content 24 hours a day seven days a week on our Digital Networks enhances our customer s experience with our products Implementation of CBC Radio Canada news content takes effect today and will be available on the Digital Office Network nationally as well as the Edmonton Transit Network and Residential Network These products make up over 3 8 million impressions each week About PATTISON Onestop PATTISON Onestop is a Canadian leader in the sales and operations of Digital Out of Home Media DOOH We work with some of Canada s largest brands to create and deliver uniquely engaging experiences Through our networks we provide timely and relevant information in environments traditional media can t reach We leverage our industry leading technology to deploy digital campaigns on transit office airport residential and retail environments including the PATH Toronto s underground walkway Our entire Digital Network can help you generate over 19 million weekly impressions Onestop is a division of PATTISON Outdoor Advertising www pattisononestop com www facebook com OnestopMedia www twitter com OnestopMedia www vimeopro com pattisonoutdoor pattison onestop www linkedin com company onestop media group About PATTISON Outdoor Advertising PATTISON Outdoor Advertising a division of The Jim Pattison Group is Canada s largest Out of Home advertising company Since 1908 PATTISON has been providing innovative solutions for Out of Home advertising opportunities with products ranging from traditional billboards

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  • CBC Sports takes Canadians on the road to the Olympic Games
    Sports that we re confident will resonate well with Canadians By focusing on and elevating coverage of national and international high performance competitions CBC Sports can act as a connector between our audience the athletes and the national sporting organizations said Greg Stremlaw executive director CBC Sports Through our coverage and storytelling model we strive to reach new heights and by doing so will help to elevate the profile of Canadian sport while uniting our audience through the pride we all share in our remarkable athletes ROAD TO THE OLYMPIC GAMES will chronicle the athlete s journey on and off the field of play to ensure Canadians know them and hear from them in their own voice never meeting them for the first time on the podium The program consists of a weekly television program formerly CBC SPORTS WEEKEND as well as a microsite within cbcsports ca and the CBC Sports app for iOS and Android devices The ROAD TO THE OLYMPIC GAMES television program will be hosted by the team of Scott Russell and the newly added Andi Petrillo who will be joined by a stable of expert commentators and analysts The show will feature national and international competitions in winter and summer sports featuring well known and up and coming Canadian and international athletes competing at the top levels of their sport each weekend In addition to event coverage the program will include features and interviews with athletes coaches officials and other newsmakers from the worlds of national and international sport The season premiere of ROAD TO THE OLYMPIC GAMES will air Saturday Oct 24 at 4 p m ET 1 p m PT and will feature coverage of Skate America part of the ISU Grand Prix of Figure Skating Analysts and commentators who will be part of ROAD TO THE OLYMPIC GAMES event coverage include Todd Brooker Alpine analysis Kurt Browning Figure Skating analysis Deidre Dionne Freestyle Ski Aerials analysis Perdita Felicien Contributor Mike Harris Curling analysis Jennifer Heil Freestyle Ski Moguls analysis Brenda Irving Equestrian Gymnastics and Freestyle Ski play by play Rob Keith Ski Jumping analysis Pj Kwong Contributor Carol Lane Figure Skating analysis Catriona Le May Doan Speed Skating analysis Mark Lee Curling play by play Kerrin Lee Gartner Alpine analysis Kevin Martin Curling analysis Joan McCusker Curling analysis Craig McMorris Contributor David Pelletier Figure Skating analysis Deanna Phelan Equestrian analysis Kyle Shewfelt Gymnastics analysis Rob Snoek Ski Jumping play by play Kelly VanderBeek Contributor Fans in the Toronto area are invited to join CBC Sports on Saturday for the live broadcast at the Canadian Broadcasting Centre at 250 Front St W from 4 6 p m Those in attendance will see the show live and have the chance to meet members of the broadcast team and receive a souvenir item The microsite at cbcsports ca and through the CBC Sports app will provide an extension of the TV program with news real time results and statistics from the competitions featured each weekend as

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  • Élections 2015 – La soirée : Un record absolu pour ICI.Radio-Canada.ca et ses applications mobiles
    Édition 2013 Édition 2012 Édition 2011 Édition 2010 Édition 2009 Rapports et plans Rapport de performance environnementale Sommaire du Plan d entreprise Rapports financiers Régime de retraite Présentations Rapports du vérificateur général Rapports sur l équité Rapports et plans concernant les Langues officielles La pleine valeur de la radiodiffusion Mesurer notre rendement Langues officielles Équité en emploi Normes technologiques SYNC la revue technologique SYNC numéro 1 2012 SYNC numéro 2 2012 SYNC numéro 3 2013 SYNC numéro 4 2013 SYNC numéro 5 2013 SYNC Numéro 6 2014 Collaborateurs Rapport annuel 2014 2015 Ce rapport passe en revue tous les défis les changements et les occasions que nous avons vécus au cours du dernier exercice financier Lire Assemblée publique annuelle 2015 Notre assemblée publique annuelle a eu lieu le 29 septembre 2015 à Winnipeg et elle était webdiffusée en direct Tous les détails ici Détails Rapport de performance environnementale 2014 2015 En plus de notre mandat qui consiste à rejoindre les Canadiens par notre programmation multiplateforme nous nous efforçons de bâtir une culture axée sur la conscience environnementale et sur la durabilité Détails Centre de presse Communiqués Les faits Discours Personnes ressources pour les médias Services commerciaux Ombudsmans Accueil Centre de presse 2015 Octobre 21 octobre Centre de presse Communiqués Les faits Discours Personnes ressources pour les médias LinkedIn Facebook Twitter Imprimer Courriel Élections 2015 La soirée Un record absolu pour ICI Radio Canada ca et ses applications mobiles 21 octobre 2015 Le trafic multiplateforme de Radio Canada a atteint des sommets le lundi 19 octobre avec 1 787 219 visites et 6 017 135 pages vues sur le site web et les applications mobiles Sur ICI Radio Canada ca on a recensé 1 498 933 visites dépassant le record établi lors des dernières élections québécoises 1 158 685 C est également plus du double de l achalandage observé lors des dernières élections fédérales en 2011 696 827 visites Le lendemain de l élection le mardi 20 octobre le trafic multiplateforme a atteint un deuxième sommet avec un total de 1 350 351 visites et 3 907 310 pages vues Tout au long de la soirée électorale à elle seule la page Résultats Canada 2015 a généré 1 874 847 pages vues En outre il est intéressant de noter que la fréquentation de cette page s est faite largement via des appareils mobiles soit 56 32 tablettes 24 téléphones intelligents C est un bon indicateur de l intérêt pour cette expérience second écran proposée par Radio Canada où l on pouvait suivre tous les résultats en temps réel et sélectionner ses candidats et circonscriptions à surveiller en priorité consulter la carte interactive accéder aux émissions spéciales de la radio et de la télévision ainsi qu aux images provenant des permanences des principaux partis À la télévision la soirée a été suivie par 438 000 personnes sur ICI Radio Canada Télé et 173 000 sur ICI RDI Ces résultats sont à peu près identiques à ceux des élections de 2011 pour une

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