CBC Quebec invites members of the English-speaking community to attend a public consultation with webcast to discuss CBC programming and its services for English-speaking Quebec on Tuesday, February 24.
As part of its CRTC Conditions of Licence, CBC/Radio-Canada is committed to consulting with the English-speaking official minority communities every two years. This official consultation and discussion will be reported to the CRTC. Our annual English and French-language services reports to the CRTC can be found here.
CBC/Radio-Canada’s new local strategy is about changing how we serve the audience. The public broadcaster is moving to become a comprehensive four-platform local news service -- across the day and on demand. In addition to serving the audience on CBC Radio, CBC Television and cbc.ca, CBC/Radio-Canada will develop new mobile and digital services. The consultation will centre on how CBC can use these four platforms -- mobile, web, radio and television -- to continue telling stories, exchanging and engaging with English-speaking Canadians living in Quebec.
What: CRTC public consultation and webcast with CBC leadership and journalists to discuss CBC programming and services.
When: Tuesday, February 24 at 6:30 p.m. ET (Doors open at 6)
La Maison Radio-Canada, Salle Raymond David
1400 René Lévesque Blvd E (Beaudry Metro)
Moderator: Sonali Karnick, Host, All in a Weekend and Our Montreal
Raffy Boudjikanian, Investigative Reporter, CBC Montreal
Sally Catto, General Manager, Programming, CBC Television
Shelagh Kinch, Managing Director, CBC Quebec
Jennifer McGuire, Editor in Chief, CBC News & Centres
Shari Okeke, Journalist, CBC Montreal
Bernie St. Laurent, Host, C’est la Vie and Quebec Political Analyst
Marika Wheeler, Journalist, CBC Quebec