Canadian Broadcasting Corporation


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Canadian Broadcasting Corporation

 

(CBC), the Canadian radio broadcasting corporation; established in1936. The CBC is financed by the government as well as by income from advertising. As of 1973, it united more than 300television stations and 360 radio stations. The principal centers of the CBC are Montreal (domestic broadcasts in French and broadcasting to other countries) and Toronto (domestic broad-casts in English).

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We stood in awe of this white-haired, saber-tongued Canadian who already had a long list of accomplishments: Rhodes Scholar, chief political correspondent for the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, Washington correspondent, newsmagazine host, and author.
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Although he worked for 20 years at the music library of the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation in Toronto, and was appointed the first Chief of the new Music Division at the National Library of Canada in 1970, he never to my knowledge called himself a librarian because he had not been trained as one.
"What a disaster and huge pain for our family," Zhigui Du said in an interview with the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, sobbing.

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