Steven GuitonVice-President and Chief Regulatory Officer
Steven Guiton, Vice-President and Chief Regulatory Officer, was appointed to CBC/Radio-Canada’s Senior Executive Team in June 2009.
Mr. Guiton is responsible for developing and implementing television and radio regulatory policies across the Corporation, pursuant to the Broadcasting Act, and for all representations before the CRTC.
Mr. Guiton is also responsible for the Media Technology Services, which provides centralized technology services and expertise on a national basis to CBC/Radio-Canada media and corporate clients, including telecommunications, transmission and new broadcast technologies. He also oversees the Corporation’s advertising standards policies.
Before becoming Vice-President and Chief Regulatory Officer, Mr. Guiton was CBC/Radio-Canada’s Executive Director, Strategy and Government Relations. Prior to that, he had been Vice-President, Regulatory Affairs at the Canadian Cable Television Association. Mr. Guiton has also held senior regulatory positions with Unitel Communications Inc. (formerly AT&T Canada and now Allstream) and the CRTC.
Mr. Guiton holds an M.A. in Economics from Simon Fraser University and a B.A. in Economics and Commerce from the University of Toronto; he also attended the University of British Columbia for doctoral studies in Economics.