Radio & Television

Radio-Canada’s Tourangeau announces retirement

OTTAWA - Radio-Canada ombudsman Pierre Tourangeau will retire next March after 24 years with the national public broadcaster.Tourangeau (pictured), began his career as an assignment editor and reporter on the business and investigative desks, before going on to head up the parliamentary bureau in Quebec City. He later returned to Montreal to become chief editor of the Téléjournal, then newsroom director and, ultimately, ombudsman for the last four and half years.“During his time as an award-winning journalist, Pierre always strove to shed light on the issues that mattered to Canadians”, reads a post from CBC/Radio-Canada president and CEO Hubert Lacroix.  “As...
 

Our industry and COVID-19

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