Martin MarcotteInterim Executive Vice-President, Media Technology and Infrastructure Services
Martin Marcotte is the Executive Vice-President (Acting) of Media Technology and Infrastructure Services (MTIS) for CBC/Radio-Canada. He is responsible for the public broadcaster’s technology and infrastructure operations, including broadcast, network, and digital media systems, information technology, engineering, distribution networks, as well as the Corporation’s real estate portfolio.
With more than 30 years experience in the broadcast and telecom industry, Martin was most recently Executive Director, Real Estate, MTIS, where he has been responsible for such major infrastructure and real estate projects as the construction of the new Maison Radio-Canada in Montreal, as well as the implementation of the Corporation’s new workplace design strategy. Prior to that, Martin was Executive Director, Business Strategy, MTIS, where he was ultimately responsible for delivering the Corporation's current technology strategy.
Martin also served as Senior Director of the Transmission Division during which time he oversaw the conversion to over-the-air (OTA) HDTV followed by the shutdown of analog OTA occured.
He holds a bachelor of science degree with distinction from the University of Saskatchewan and a master’s in business administration from the University of Manitoba. He is a member of the Professional Engineers of Ontario and Manitoba.