Radio & Television

Burman to leave CBC after 35 years

TORONTO – Thirty-five-year CBC veteran Tony Burman announced Tuesday he’s leaving his position as editor-in-chief of CBC News, Current Affairs and Newsworld on July 13. He has been in the position since February 2000. “Since so much of my life has been connected with the CBC, I obviously have mixed emotions about this, but mostly I have feelings of elation. And – can I say it? – liberation,” Burman said in a note sent to CBC staff Tuesday. Esther Enkin will serve as acting editor-in-chief, and Don Knox will oversee Television News and Newsworld during the transition period. A comprehensive...

Our industry and COVID-19

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