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The Founding of CBC/Radio-Canada
In the 1920s, broadcasting from the United States was flooding the Canadian market, and it was widely perceived that unless Canada acted to establish a Canadian broadcasting service, we would be smothered in American culture.

Following the Report of the Aird Commission in 1929, the first Broadcasting Act was passed in 1932 to create the Canadian Radio Broadcasting Commission (CRBC).

In 1936, a new Act established the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation as the successor of the CRBC. At that time, CBC/Radio-Canada encompassed eight publicly owned or leased stations and 14 private affiliates. Within one year, thanks to new transmitters, national coverage reached 76 per cent of the population, and included French-language broadcasting out of a station in Montreal.

In September 1952 the first CBC/Radio-Canada television broadcasts began, in Montreal (bilingual) and Toronto (English).


Connected mandy members:

Steve Johnston
Producer
2021, CBC Music, Project Manager
David Kovacs
Event Producer
2019, Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, resources producer / director
2018, Schitt's Creek, Background
Max Lanthier
Editor (Avid)
2018, News Now, Broadcast Technician
Daniel Milligan
Camera Operator
2017, Kim's Convenience, Videographer
Justin Gordon
Voice Over: Canadian
2017, Heartbreak to Art, Voice Actor/Writer
Justin Bulman
Production Assistant
2017, CBC Rio 2016 Summer Olympic Games, Program Assistant
Patti Jette
Executive Producer
2017, CBC News - The National, Videographer/Editor
Adam Revesz
Director of Photography
2017, CBC Music, DOP/Camera Operator
Linda March
Make-up Artist
2016, Newsworld/The Nature Of Things/ Commercial Promos/Documentaries/Film, makeup artist
2016, Mr. D, Silent On Camera
David Hale
Actor
2015, CBC Spynet App, Donovan
Ann Lang
Producer
2014, Worked for various radio and television programs within the CBC, Producer and Reporter
Marc Whiteway
Camera Operator
2014, George Stroumboulopoulos Tonight, Videographer
2014, CBC News, Host/Reporter
Judah Purcell
Editor
2013, Cineplex Pre-Show, Broadcast Editor
Marc Whiteway
Camera Operator
2012, Q, Videographer
Jaime Teran
Fixer
2012, CBC Nature of Things, Fixer/translator
Robert Kirbyson
Writer / Director
2009, The Week The Women Went, Story Producer
April Hall
Director of Photography
2009, Fancy, A Camera Clapper Loader

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