CBC Television announced its 2003/2004 fall season.
CBC’s HOCKEY NIGHT IN CANADA begins its coverage with three games Wednesday, April 9: Viewers on the full network (except in Ottawa, Quebec and Alberta) will see Mats Sundin lead the Toronto Maple Leafs into Philadelphia for a battle with Jeremy Roenick and the Flyers (7 p.m. ET). Viewers in Ottawa and Quebec will see Alexei Yashin and the New …
CBC has ended its long relationship with the Toronto Blue Jays and, for the first time since the era of the old Montreal Royals, absolutely no games will be seen on Canadian broadcast television this summer.
CBC/Radio-Canada is pleased to announce that, as a result of the operational availability of the Nimiq-2 satellite, Bell ExpressVu subscribers will now have access to additional CBC/Radio-Canada television signals.
This Fall marks 50 years of Canadian television and CBC/Radio-Canada is inviting the whole country to join in the celebrations. Beginning September 6th, five decades after the first broadcasts from Montreal and Toronto in 1952, CBC/Radio-Canada will kick-off a month full of activities. Tune in to 50th Anniversary television programs, go online to Anniversary websites, join in community celebrations, and …
CBC Television announced its 2002/2003 fall season.
An independent TV station in Swift Current is closing its doors. CJFB will shut down on May 31, and 15 employees will lose their jobs. Posted on April 6th, 2002
The CBC said today the majority of its scheduled television programming in December will remain unaffected despite a strike by members of the Communications, Energy and Paperworkers union. CBC Radio programming will be largely unchanged. Originally posted on December 8th, 2001