Radio & Television

CBC chair speculation begins as Fournier “flushed himself”

NOT EVEN A YEAR INTO HIS JOB as board chairman of CBC-Radio Canada, Guy Fournier scarcely had time to make an impact before resigning Tuesday, smothered (as reported by Cartt.ca) by ridicule for a succession of blunders about bestiality, bowel movements, and the lack of national unity cheerleading from the French-language service. Appointed by then-Heritage Minister Liza Frulla in the dying days of the Liberal government last October, the 75-year old Quebec film producer, scriptwriter and author had only a few months to make an impression on his new political overseer, Bev Oda. Evidently, it wasn’t a good one. Fournier...
 

Our industry and COVID-19

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