Radio & Television

CTV National News report on U.S. border patrols did not breach broadcast codes, says CBSC

OTTAWA — A CTV National News report from last September about United States border patrols that was the subject of a viewer complaint did not breach any broadcast codes, according to a decision released today by the Canadian Broadcast Standards Council (CBSC). Specifically, the CBSC found the report and its introduction by anchor Lisa LaFlamme was not materially inaccurate, did not demonstrate bias and did not sensationalize the story, and therefore was not in violation of either the Canadian Association of Broadcasters’ (CAB) Code of Ethics or the Radio Television Digital News Association of Canada’s (RTDNA) Code of Journalistic Ethics,...

Our industry and COVID-19

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