Radio & Television

Unrelated video should not have aired, says CBSC

OTTAWA – An unrelated video segment aired by TVA as part of a news story on autism should not have aired, says the Canadian Broadcast Standards Council. This past February, Public affairs program Dans la mire broadcast a segment on autism. However, people who appeared in a video clip in the segment complained to the CBSC that the use of the clip had left the impression that they were autistic when in fact they were not. The Quebec Regional Panel concluded that the inclusion of the clip during the episode rendered the broadcast inaccurate, contrary to the Canadian Association of...

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