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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Robert Emmett O'Reilly, executive director of Radio Canada International and executive director of International Relations at CBC, was elected president of the CBA.
Some of her compositions have appeared in Canadian magazines, and others have been read in English over Radio Canada.
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