Public Broadcasting in the Digital Age, Seizing All Opportunities – CBC/Radio-Canada’s Annual Public Meeting

September 27, 2016, Moncton

CBC/Radio-Canada is proud to hold its Annual Public Meeting today in Moncton, with the theme Public Broadcasting in the Digital Age – Seizing All Opportunities. The discussion will be led by Janique Leblanc (Le téléjournal Acadie) and Ian Hanomansing (CBC News Network).

In the age of always-on connectivity and unlimited content sources, can CBC/Radio-Canada seize the opportunities created by digital to continue telling Canadian stories? We look forward to discussing this with Canadians, who can participate in person or watch the live webcast at

Our Annual Public Meeting is yet another way for us connect with Canadians and the Moncton community, and to bring this community closer to its public broadcaster,” said Hubert T. Lacroix, CBC/Radio-Canada’s President and CEO, who will address Canadians at the start of the event. “Since the launch of our Strategy 2020 twenty-seven months ago, we have been engaging with more Canadians than ever here in Moncton and throughout the country, giving them more content that matters to them. Nationwide, over 16 million Canadians use our digital platforms each month – that’s three million more than last year.”

The public broadcaster will continue to do more, to transform and to innovate. This is our view of the future: a better, more relevant public broadcaster, one that is more connected to Canadians, their communities and the information that is important to them.

To join the conversation, go to or use the hashtag #CBCAPM on Twitter.

About CBC/Radio-Canada

CBC/Radio-Canada is Canada’s national public broadcaster and one of its largest cultural institutions. We are Canada’s trusted source of news, information and Canadian entertainment. Deeply rooted in communities all across the country, CBC/Radio-Canada offers diverse content in English, French and eight Indigenous languages. We also provide international news and information from a uniquely Canadian perspective.

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