Canadian Broadcasting Corporation facts for kids
|Availability||National; available on terrestrial and cable systems in American border communities; available internationally via Internet and Sirius Satellite Radio|
|Headquarters||CBC Ottawa Broadcast Centre
Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
|Owner||Government of Canada|
|Key people||Hubert Lacroix (CEO)
Heather Conway (EVP English Networks)
Louis Lalande (EVP French Networks)
|Launch date||November 2, 1936 (radio)
September 6, 1952 (television)
The Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, or CBC, is a national television and radio broadcasting company in Canada.It was formed in 1936 and is a Canadian Crown corporation, which means it is owned by the Canadian government.
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Journalists in a CBC newsroom in Montreal in November 1944
CBC North studios in Iqaluit in 2011
Radio Canada International transmitter site (CKCX) in Sackville, New Brunswick in 2009. The site was closed in 2012.
In Spanish: CBC/Radio-Canada para niños
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