Company Overview of Canadian Broadcasting Corp.
Canadian Broadcasting Corporation provides radio, television, Internet, and satellite-based broadcasting services in Canada. It operates various radio channels, including CBC Radio One and PREMIÈRE plus for news, current affairs, documentaries, arts, and culture broadcasts; CBC Radio 2 and CBC RADIO 3 music channels; PREMIÈRE CHAÎNE that offers a mix of information and cultural programming; ESPACE MUSIQUE and BANDE À PART music channels; and Sports extra, a sports service on satellite radio. The company also operates television channels comprising CBC Television for news, information, sports, entertainment, documentaries, and kids programming; CBC NEWS Network, a 24 hour news and information...
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Ottawa, ON K1P 1K9
Key Executives for Canadian Broadcasting Corp.
Chief Financial Officer and Vice-President
Chief Regulatory Officer and Vice-President Technology
Vice-President of Real Estate Services & Legal Services and General Counsel
Senior Advisor to President
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2013.
Canadian Broadcasting Corp. Key Developments
Netflix, Inc. Expands Licensing Deal with Canadian Broadcasting Corporation
Dec 4 13
Netflix Inc. announced the extension and expansion of its licensing agreement with the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation. The expanded licensing agreement includes new seasons of currently available CBC TV shows on Netflix, including Republic of Doyle, Heartland, Mr. D, Dragons Den and other titles. Additionally, the deal will add CBC fan-favorite Murdoch Mysteries to the service for the first time. Beginning this December and continuing through 2014, new shows and seasons will be available to Canadian members. Through this agreement Canadians will continue to enjoy a range of CBC programming on Netflix.
Canadian Broadcasting Corp. Announces Executive Changes
Sep 26 13
Canadian Broadcasting Corp. announced Heather Conway has been formally appointed as the CBC's next executive vice-president of English-language services, a position that puts her in charge of media products in what she calls 'the most important cultural institution in the country'. Conway joins the public broadcaster's senior executive team after a tenure at the Art Gallery of Ontario, where she was chief business officer overseeing human resources, digital services, marketing, and corporate and public affairs, among other operations. Conway replaces Kirstine Stewart, who left in April to become the head of Twitter Canada.
Canadian Broadcasting Corp. Reports Revenue Results for the First Quarter Ended June 30, 2013
Aug 29 13
Canadian Broadcasting Corp. reported revenue results for the first quarter ended June 30, 2013. For the quarter, the company reported that revenue increased by $1.4 million or 0.8% compared to the first quarter of 2012-2013, largely as a result of the change in hockey schedule after the end of the NHL lockout and new advertising revenue-generating initiatives.
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