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CBC Announces Fall Broadcast Premiere Dates

CBC today announced premiere dates for its fall 2016 television season, featuring a diverse and uniquely Canadian slate of six new and 18 returning series including premium drama and comedy, cutting-edge news and investigative content, original documentaries and engaging factual, arts, kids, daytime and sports programming.

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Netflix Teams with Northwood Entertainment on New TV Series ANNE, An Iconic Story Based On The Famous Novel Anne of Green Gables

Netflix and CBC are joining forces with Showrunner Moira Walley-Beckett and Miranda de Pencier’s Northwood Entertainment for the highly anticipated dramatic television series ANNE, based on Lucy Maud Montgomery’s timeless classic novel Anne of Green Gables. CBC greenlit the eight-episode, one-hour series earlier this year. The show will stream globally on Netflix and be broadcast in Canada on CBC in 2017.

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CBC/Radio-Canada’s Coverage of the RIO 2016 OLYMPIC GAMES Reaches more than 86 percent of Canadiens

Just past the halfway point of the Rio 2016 Olympic Games, approximately 30.4 million Canadians (86.3 per cent of the population) have watched CBC/Radio-Canada’s coverage across all networks and platforms during the first 10 days. The most-watched day of the Olympic Games to date was Sunday, Aug. 14, with 20.4 million Canadians tuning in across all television and digital platforms.