Steven GuitonExecutive Vice-President, Media Technology and Infrastructure Services
Steven Guiton, Executive Vice-President, Media Technology and Infrastructure Services, was appointed to CBC/Radio-Canada’s Senior Executive Team in June 2009.
Mr. Guiton is responsible for CBC/Radio-Canada’s technology direction and for ensuring that technology decisions and activities support the company’s overall strategic and operating objectives.
Before becoming Executive Vice-President, Mr. Guiton served as Vice-President Technology and Chief Regulatory Officer as well as Vice-President and Chief Regulatory Officer, Media Technology Services, responsible for moving content across the Corporation’s national, regional, and local networks. Prior to that, he was CBC/Radio-Canada’s Executive Director, Strategy and Government Relations. In his other previous positions, he had been Vice-President, Regulatory Affairs, at the Canadian Cable Television Association, and Regulatory Vice-President at Unitel Communications Inc. (formerly AT&T Canada and now Allstream).
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.