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  • October 5
    Pension Plan Submissions Auditor General s Reports Equity Reports Official Languages Reports and Plans Value far Beyond the Broadcast Measuring our Performance Official Languages Employment Equity Technology 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 October October 5 Media Centre News Releases Get the facts Speeches Media Contacts LinkedIn Facebook Twitter Print Email Strategy 2020 Local news changes coming today October 5 2015 The following was sent to all CBC News and Centres staff from Jennifer McGuire as well as shared on the internal employee portal Today our audience will see the first on air changes locally from Strategy 2020 Canadians are seeing local news more often on CBC TV giving us more contact points with the audience throughout the day and evening Our new one minute local news updates have gone on the air first in Newfoundland and Labrador and now rolling westward every hour on the hour from 2 59 through 5 59 local times and again from 7 59 p m through 9 59 p m a half hour later in NL We call them TV Hourlies as homage to the hourlies on Radio One which are a mainstay of our service We expect these will be too We believe that by reinforcing our connection with local communities we are increasing the bond between Canadians and their CBC These connections will increase even more as we accelerate our pace of growth on mobile and desktop which also starts today You ll be seeing much more about that in the weeks and months ahead as the volume and frequency of local stories steadily increases and expands across the various day parts You ll also see our new mobile website by the end of October We ll be adding local news alerts to our very successful mobile apps for both Apple and Android devices by the end of this month as well Today also marks the new start time for our evening news programs at 6 p m the time most preferred by Canadians for local news on TV More than the start time is new Our local evening news programs will evolve new formats and new ways of story telling to complement our continuous approach to news The industry is in the midst of the largest shift in audience behaviour since

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  • CBC/Radio-Canada’s Annual Public Meeting: Strategy 2020 shows positive results despite significant challenges
    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 September September 29 Media Centre News Releases Get the facts Speeches Media Contacts LinkedIn Facebook Twitter Print Email CBC Radio Canada s Annual Public Meeting Strategy 2020 shows positive results despite significant challenges September 29 2015 Today CBC Radio Canada held its seventh Annual Public Meeting APM in Winnipeg And in the spirit of being a space where Canadians can share their ideas experiences and connect with each other the public broadcaster dedicated part of its APM to showcasing the best and brightest of this community Bringing life to the theme of this year s APM Invite Ignite Inspire four young Winnipeggers who are making a difference in their community participated in a conversation about the importance of community engagement Their inspiring testimonials are available here Rémi Racine Chair of the Board of Directors CBC Radio Canada opened the APM by welcoming the audience live from the university of Winnipeg and via webcast For almost 80 years Canadians have turned to CBC Radio Canada as a trusted companion in their daily lives We passionately believe in the public broadcaster s mission to express Canadian culture and enrich the lives of citizens through a wide range of content that informs enlightens and entertains Deepening our connection with Canadians is what the transformation at CBC Radio Canada is all about This is the essence of what we do bringing people together connecting them with each other and celebrating their accomplishments continued Hubert T Lacroix President and CEO CBC Radio Canada New technologies are providing new opportunities for engaging with citizens and for sharing culture We see the potential in using our digital platforms to continue to achieve this in new ways The Corporation launched its strategic plan A space for us all 15 months ago And while still dealing with a number of challenges the plan is starting to show results In fact the public broadcaster was able to reinvest from its savings into Canadian programs this year the first such reinvestment since 2009 Our regional news services are a good example of how we re changing declared Lacroix This Fall both CBC and Radio Canada are offering audiences enhanced regional news services with multi screen digital content available throughout the day This is one more way we are going to interact co create and engage with you wherever you are Our challenge however is how to move

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  • CBC and Fullscreen announce multi-year Canadian digital media partnership
    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 September September 23 Media Centre News Releases Get the facts Speeches Media Contacts LinkedIn Facebook Twitter Print Email CBC and Fullscreen announce multi year Canadian digital media partnership September 23 2015 CBC Fullscreen Creator Network will help empower the next generation of Canada s storytellers cbc ca creatornetwork youtube ca cbc CBC fullscreen com youtube ca fullscreen Fullscreen CBC and global media company Fullscreen today announced a new comprehensive multi year digital media partnership the CBC Fullscreen Creator Network to empower the next generation of storytellers in Canada The partnership will extend CBC s audience reach national footprint and sales opportunities with Fullscreen s extensive expertise in developing and supporting digital content creators to build a best in class Creator Network in the Canadian marketplace Canadian creators who are part of the network will be provided the tools and support they need to amplify their content and reach new audiences across the country through CBC You Tube and other distribution platforms At launch more than 2000 Canadian based content creators in all genres currently working with Fullscreen will become part of the CBC Fullscreen Creator Network with more to join throughout the coming months Globally the Fullscreen network features more than 70 000 creators with 600 million subscribers This new partnership will allow CBC to deepen its leading digital relationship with audiences by supporting this emerging group of Canadian YouTube stars said Heather Conway executive vice president CBC English Services We re excited to bring this new opportunity to brands that are looking to authentically connect with Canadians at scale Fullscreen is the ideal partner for CBC to help enable our digital strategy and continue to deliver on our mandate for all Canadians With CBC Fullscreen we re building a new model in the Canadian marketplace that puts the next generation of talent at the core of linear and digital entertainment in collaboration with one of the most respected broadcasters in the world This is a major win for creators and brands said Fullscreen President Ezra Cooperstein The partnership will also create premium scalable sponsorship opportunities for advertisers to build their brands through unique and authentic content integrations and custom solutions The CBC Fullscreen Creator Network will assist both advertisers and creators reach their mutual objectives through strategically aligned production of original branded video content across multiple programming genres brand amplification in social networks and more The CBC Fullscreen creator network is already working with Scion Canada TD Kids Book Club and Wolf Blass to amplify their existing sponsorships with CBC Radio Canada 20th Century Fox has also partnered with the CBC Fullscreen for the release of The Martian October 2nd CBC will provide multiple media platforms for content distribution production and marketing support and will support creator growth through community engagement and talent development CBC will directly manage all sales within Canada Fullscreen

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  • September 4
    2013 Edition 2012 Edition 2011 Edition 2010 Edition 2009 Edition Reports and Plans Environmental Performance Report Corporate Plan Summary Financial Reports Pension Plan Submissions Auditor General s Reports Equity Reports Official Languages Reports and Plans Value far Beyond the Broadcast Measuring our Performance Official Languages Employment Equity Technology 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 September September 4 Media Centre News Releases Get the facts Speeches Media Contacts LinkedIn Facebook Twitter Print Email Greg Stremlaw appointed CBC s Head of Sports September 4 2015 Effective September 15 Greg Stremlaw will lead CBC Sports as it implements its sports strategy placing emphasis on multiplatform sports journalism amateur sports and a collaborative partnership approach to marquee events Greg joins CBC with a wealth of experience in sports governance management production and programming negotiating sponsorships and building relationships with broadcast partners expertise critical to the successful implementation of our sports strategy and our continued commitment to outstanding sports programming at CBC says Neil McEneaney Chief Business Officer CBC English Services It is a privilege and an honour to be joining such a world class team and an organization synonymous with broadcasting excellence says Stremlaw I am very proud to be a part of CBC Sports and look forward to helping to continue CBC s tradition of exceptional sport coverage for Canadians As CEO of Curling Canada Greg helped transform the organization financially He led negotiations to secure the sport s long term television success with TSN and RDS and oversaw a now sold out national sponsorship portfolio Previously he was Chief Executive Officer of the Chicopee Ski Summer Resort and before that Director of Sport Services Bobsleigh Luge at the Calgary Olympic Development Association He has served in many sport leadership roles including as Canadian Winter Sport Caucus Chair Chair of the Canadian Sport Tourism Alliance Board of Directors and multiple roles with the Canadian Olympic Committee Throughout his career Greg has been recognized as a strong leader both in sports and business and was included in the Globe Mail s Power 50 List of Sports Leaders in Canada He holds an undergraduate degree from the University of Western Ontario and graduate degrees from the University of Maine and the University of Miami About CBC Radio Canada CBC Radio Canada is Canada s national public

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  • Radio-Canada teams up with Facebook to provide election coverage for the social media age
    information you need right here More Reporting to Canadians Latest Studies Correspondence Acts and Policies Programming Policies Corporate Policies Corporate By Laws Terms of use CBC Digital Services Transparency and Accountability Access to Information Proactive Disclosure External information sources Privacy Infosource Annual Public Meeting 2015 Edition 2014 Edition 2013 Edition 2012 Edition 2011 Edition 2010 Edition 2009 Edition Reports and Plans Environmental Performance Report Corporate Plan Summary Financial Reports Pension Plan Submissions Auditor General s Reports Equity Reports Official Languages Reports and Plans Value far Beyond the Broadcast Measuring our Performance Official Languages Employment Equity Technology 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 August August 17 Media Centre News Releases Get the facts Speeches Media Contacts LinkedIn Facebook Twitter Print Email Radio Canada teams up with Facebook to provide election coverage for the social media age August 17 2015 Michel Cormier Executive Director of Radio Canada News and Current Affairs is pleased to announce today that Radio Canada has signed a partnership agreement with Facebook to provide French speaking Canadians with even more comprehensive coverage of the federal election campaign Starting today Radio Canada News and Current Affairs will be the first Canadian French language broadcaster to air exclusive Facebook compiled data allowing us to better understand the issues that matter to voters across the country as well as how the parties campaigns are affecting the race Radio Canada will also have priority access to Facebook analysts throughout the campaign and during election night coverage What political parties are generating the largest volume of interactions In what regions do the parties and candidates have their most engaged fan base From the economy terrorism and energy to the environment and federal provincial relations what campaign topics are dominating the conversation in Eastern Canada versus the West The Facebook data will be a significant source of insight allowing Radio Canada to gauge the country s electoral pulse like never before To better serve Canadians and remain their go to news source Radio Canada News and Current Affairs is adding a social dimension to its election coverage said Michel Cormier The agreement with Facebook a social network that s an integral part of the daily lives of a majority of Canadians opens up unique opportunities for us by bringing our coverage fully into the age

    Original URL path: http://www.cbc.radio-canada.ca/en/media-centre/2015/08/17/ (2016-02-06)
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  • Content and Services
    More Reporting to Canadians Latest Studies Correspondence Acts and Policies Programming Policies Corporate Policies Corporate By Laws Terms of use CBC Digital Services Transparency and Accountability Access to Information Proactive Disclosure External information sources Privacy Infosource Annual Public Meeting 2015 Edition 2014 Edition 2013 Edition 2012 Edition 2011 Edition 2010 Edition 2009 Edition Reports and Plans Environmental Performance Report Corporate Plan Summary Financial Reports Pension Plan Submissions Auditor General s Reports Equity Reports Official Languages Reports and Plans Value far Beyond the Broadcast Measuring our Performance Official Languages Employment Equity Technology 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 Explore CBC Radio Canada Strategies and Issues A space for us all Content and Services Explore CBC Radio Canada Who We Are What We Do Our People Accountability Our Services Credibility Canadian Innovation Heritage Content Community Our Voices A Symbol of Trust With You Public Value Our History Strategies and Issues A space for us all Infrastructure and Production Production People and Culture Financial Sustainability Future Initiatives Documents and references Business Environment Strategic Framework Reviewing the union structure to better meet current requirements Canadian Industrial Relations Board CIRB union structure review application process Why review the union structure Frequently Asked Questions News Budget 2014 2015 Where we are How we got here Details of budget New strategic framework The way forward Speaking notes and video clips Frequently asked questions Transforming CBC Radio Canada for the future Our Services Radio Services Television Services Digital Services Others Board of Directors Rémi Racine Hubert T Lacroix Edward W Boyd Sonja Chong Rob Jeffery Marni Larkin Terrence Anthony Leier Norman May Maureen McCaw Brian R Mitchell Marlie Oden Senior Executive Team Hubert T Lacroix Heather Conway Marco Dubé Sylvie Gadoury Josée Girard Steven Guiton Louis Lalande Judith Purves Working with Us Our People and Culture Talent and Diversity Social responsibility and public value CBC Radio Canada Internships Frequently Asked Questions Doing Business With Us New Supplier Already a Supplier Bidding Opportunities FAQ How to Contact Us Our Facilities Alberta British Columbia Saskatchewan Manitoba Ontario Quebec Montreal MRC s Development History Archives Contact us New Brunswick Prince Edward Island Nova Scotia Yukon Northwest Territories Nunavut Newfoundland Labrador Financial Reports Resources and Archives Unions and Associations Contact Us LinkedIn Facebook Twitter Print Email Content and Services Programming Approach Contemporary and distinctively Canadian Smart

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  • CBC/Radio-Canada looks to the future as it makes tough choices to balance its budget
    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 2014 April April 10 Media Centre News Releases Get the facts Speeches Media Contacts LinkedIn Facebook Twitter Print Email CBC Radio Canada looks to the future as it makes tough choices to balance its budget April 10 2014 Ottawa CBC Radio Canada today announced its 2014 2015 budget Due to market realities the plan includes immediate and difficult cuts of 130 million and the equivalent of 657 positions over the next two fiscal years The Corporation is also incurring one time severance costs of 33 5 million Today we have made the tough decisions necessary to balance our current budget said Hubert T Lacroix President and CEO of CBC Radio Canada As the media landscape changes CBC Radio Canada will also need to re imagine itself in order to continue delivering on the mandate with which we were entrusted over 75 years ago CBC Radio Canada is faced with financial challenges ranging from an industry wide softening of the advertising market disappointing schedule performance in key demographics on CBC Television much lower than expected ad revenues from Espace musique and CBC Radio 2 and the NHL s decision to move to a single exclusive broadcaster These reductions are in addition to significant pressures already managed by the Corporation since 2008 2009 due in part to actions surrounding the Deficit Reduction Action Plan DRAP and the elimination of the Local Programming Improvement Fund LPIF In making these reductions management s decisions were influenced by its Strategy 2015 Everyone Every way and its key pillars designed to maintain the Corporation s future ability to invest in strategically important areas while continuing to provide Canadians with services and programs that inform enlighten and entertain Our National Presence Prime time television Audio talk programming National news High impact national websites Our Regional Presence Focus and commitment to the regions Modernize delivery of services Previously announced plans for further expansion cancelled Our Digital Presence Allocate 5 of programming budgets to digital Focus on high impact and strategic initiatives Mr Lacroix continued Today s budget announcement is about three things 1 making choices and doing fewer things better 2 modernizing how we do what we do and 3 accelerating the process of reinventing Canada s public broadcaster to meet the future needs of Canadians taking into account a much lower revenue base These three elements are demonstrated in the difficult choices announced today Sports CBC and Radio Canada will no longer compete with private broadcasters for professional sports rights We will also cover fewer events and fewer sports In addition our involvement in amateur sports will be reduced We will only broadcast events that allow us to break even We remain committed to signature events of national importance such as the Olympics but as with Sochi we ll approach these events

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  • Speaking notes for Hubert T. Lacroix, President and CEO, CBC/Radio-Canada, at the Canadian Club of Montreal
    result they avoid paying the fee Lord Hall is thus saying that the rise of online viewing means that the fee needs to be modernized These fees currently add up to 3 6 billion pounds or presently over 6 5 billion Canadian dollars 97 per capita And over and above that 6 5B the BBC actually does generate commercial revenue through a robust global offer BBC Worldwide which then declares a yearly dividend to the Mother Corp to add to the licence fee funding The Australian public broadcaster is about 98 ad free It too gets about 1 1 billion from the government Per capita it works out to 53 In a nutshell when we look at the 18 major Western countries Canada ranks 16th 3rd from the bottom in terms of per capita public funding just ahead of New Zealand and the United States As of this year each of us pays just 29 per year for the combined services of CBC Radio Canada The worldwide average is 82 And it s not that Canada doesn t invest in culture Between 1991 and 2011 spending on culture was up by 66 in other areas In addition in the same period indirect benefits to private broadcasters yes privates get their share of direct and indirect public subsidies and benefits as well as tax credits about a billion dollars a year grew between 60 and 70 CBC Radio Canada s public funding during the same 20 years Down almost 40 adjusted for inflation Those are simply the facts And this is what it means if you want the BBC it will cost you the equivalent of 97 per Britton If you want the New Zealand broadcaster which doesn t have radio and whose television schedule is almost entirely commercially motivated it will cost you the equivalent of 21 per Kiwi Last Thursday in Ottawa in front of a House Committee that s basically what I said the level of service and the extent to which we can fulfill our mandate is obviously directly linked to our level of funding We have an extremely wide mandate that hasn t been amended since 1991 numerous regulatory obligations and our funding is skinny This can t continue We can t keep making spectacular cuts to the public broadcaster every second year to balance its yearly budgets If we all believe in public broadcasting then we need to support it adjust its mandate to reflect the complexities of the current media environment and to give it the resources it needs to fulfill that mandate On one of our national radio programs The Sunday Edition a couple of weeks ago I heard a former BBC executive say Keeping a kernel of public service broadcasting but depriving it of weight and energy by endlessly hacking away at its funding is in some senses worse than abolishing it because it allows politicians and you the public and an entire society to believe in the illusion of a civic space without actually having the substance of one I agree with that statement Is there a magic number No Again it s all about the level of service that as a civil society we want and expect from the public broadcaster In 2003 the Standing Committee on Canadian Heritage published the Lincoln Report It called for increased and stable multi year funding That was over 10 years ago Then in 2008 the same committee went as far as to call for a core funding increase of at least 40 per capita The Conservative minority on that committee called for stable multi year funding for CBC Radio Canada indexed to the cost of living Under our current funding formula and at 29 per year per Canadian we are confronted with finding within ourselves the resources necessary to transition into the future And that means taking money away from current programs and services in order to invest in the future That s exactly the choice we laid out in our budget announcement last month And we all saw the reactions we got from Canadians Funding options for the public broadcaster are available to policy makers But that s for Canadians to decide not us We can t have a conversation with ourselves and this isn t only about us It s about the services Canadians want and expect from their media ecosystem the conventional broadcasters the specialty channels the over the top participants the independent producers the cable companies and satellite providers the internet service providers and the public broadcaster the funding available to all participants of the system and the rules and obligations that go with that funding all to deliver an appropriate service Until that happens CBC Radio Canada has to find ways of adapting to market fluctuations and shifts in the landscape without resorting to mass layoffs as we announced last month But this also means a very different public broadcaster The Stakes And the stakes have never been higher When CBC Radio Canada was first created it was to ensure Canada had a place on its own airwaves Without it we risked being inundated with American programming and having our identity forged by foreign commercial interests rather than our own experiences We needed a voice We needed to preserve our languages and our cultures We needed a lens of our own through which to view and understand our country Today as the media environment becomes increasingly global fragmented and almost infinite as our own industry is controlled by fewer larger empires and as Canadians have more demands on their time than ever before there is an unprecedented hunger and need for a space to call our own A public broadcaster does not exist just to step in where the market fails or does not wish to offer services On the contrary research shows that there is a strong correlation in each country between the quality of the public broadcaster s channels and the commercial channels And the more

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