Category Archives: Radio

CBC pilot project expands The Current’s audience through daily transcripts

In February, with the generous support of the Broadcasting Accessibility Fund, Canada’s most listened-to current affairs radio program, The Current, launched a pilot project to make Canadian public radio accessible to a wide and diverse audience. As part of the … Continue reading

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Lisa Charleyboy takes us behind the scenes of CBC Radio’s New Fire

If you have yet to listen to CBC Radio’s new series New Fire, I strongly recommend you give it a listen! It’s a summer radio series featuring ten episodes that are full of conversations and stories from an Indigenous youth … Continue reading

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Grownups read things they wrote as kids

Sometimes you just need a really good laugh.  If this is the case, fear not because you don’t have to look very far. If you haven’t already tuned in to Grownups Read Things They Wrote as Kids, affectionately known as … Continue reading

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How do you teach an old medium new tricks?

Mitchell Cohen is a Master of Journalism student at Ryerson University. He also completed an internship with CBC Radio this past summer and shared some of his experiences in his article How to get rich at unpaid internships, which went … Continue reading

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What attracts CBC’s Matt Galloway to Radio?

Radio is an intimate medium. We speak about five inches away from a microphone, which is like whispering into your ear. That changes the kinds of conversations we can have, and it’s that intimacy that makes the medium so powerful … Continue reading

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