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Our History Discover the history of CBC/Radio Canada through a look at the major milestones of each decade.
From the 1920s, when the need arose for a Canadian presence on the radio to counter the American influence and protect Canadian culture, to the present day, when CBC/Radio Canada is recognized as one of this country greatest cultural institutions, learn how Canada national public broadcaster has become a leader louis vuitton neverfull damier ebene review in producing and distributing distinctive Canadian content. 1920 1939 Canadian radio began with the first licences for private commercial radio stations in 1922. However by the late 1920s, many Canadian radio listeners were tuning their dials to American stations. This, along with the rudimentary development of Canadian radio, led the federal government, in 1928, to establish a royal commission to advise on the future of broadcasting louis vuitton passport holder amazon in Canada. 1927 July 1 first national broadcast covering the Diamond Jubilee of Confederation. New transmitters installed in Montr and Toronto. National radio coverage increased to 76 per cent of the population from 49 per cent. 1929 The Aird Commission recommended the creation of a nationally owned company to operate a coast to coast broadcast system and in 1932 the Canadian Radio Broadcasting Commission (CRBC) was created. 1936 The Canadian Broadcasting Act replaced the CRBC with a Crown Corporation, and Canada national public louis vuitton alma hong kong price broadcaster was born. 1938 Radio Canada CBF station began broadcasting the program Le r rural, a show dedicated to economic information intended for rural inhabitants. 1939 CBC began"farm broadcasts". CBC/Radio Canada provided full coverage of the six week visit of King George VI and Queen Elizabeth. In March, CBF launched the soap opera Un homme et son p based upon the popular Claude Henri Grignon novel. The soap opera ran for 22 years. Regular broadcasting began of the Montr Canadians hockey games from the Montr Forum. With the declaration of World War II, CBC/Radio Canada sent a team of announcers and technicians to accompany the Canadian Armed Forces First Division to England, and so began special wartime broadcasts. 1940 The national public broadcaster really takes off in this decade. On January 1, 1941, CBC News Service is formally opened; Radio Canada News division is also created. Several special radio broadcasts took place in the 1940s including Winston Churchill speech from the House of Commons in Ottawa. By mid decade, a number of private radio stations were affiliated with the national network and a total of 43 hours of French and English programs were being broadcast daily, compared with 10 hours just a few years earlier in 1936. As the next decade approaches, television is on the horizon and CBC/Radio Canada is preparing for it. In 1947, the Corporation presented a 15 year plan for the development of television in Canada.1940 The national public broadcaster adopted its first emblem an image of radio waves and a map of Canada. Residents of remote communities benefit from radio service as low power relay transmitters were installed for their benefit. 1944 The basic national radio network was renamed the Trans Canada Network and the Dominion Network was also formed, linking CJBC Toronto with 34 private stations to offer an alternative lighter service. 1945 The official opening of CBC/Radio Canada International Service. It would later become Radio Canada International in 1972. The Radio Canada network counted seven private affiliated radio stations in Ste Anne de la Pocati Sherbrooke, New Carlisle, Rimouski, Rivi Rouyn, Hull, and Qu City. 1946 Creation of the radio station Radio Saint Boniface, in Manitoba, provided the first French language network station outside of the Province of Qu 1948 The first issue of the weekly program guide CBC Times was published, to help Canadians keep track of programming. 1949 The national public broadcaster acquired the facilities and staff of the Broadcasting Corporation of Newfoundland, as the province joined Confederation. 1950 This was the decade of television. In 1952, the first CBC and Radio Canada television stations, CBLT Toronto and CBFT Montr began broadcasting. By 1955, CBC/Radio Canada television services were available to 66 per cent of the Canadian population. With the inauguration of Canadian television, work continued on the regulatory framework for Canadian broadcasting. In 1951, the Massey Commission endorsed the regulatory role of the national public broadcaster. This took place in 1958, when a new Broadcasting Act established the Board of Broadcast Governors (BBG) to regulate all Canadian broadcasting. The 1950s celebrated several programming firsts for both television and radio as well as ongoing louis vuitton alma amarante price technological development.1950 First issue of the radio program guide La Semaine Radio Canada. Special broadcast coverage of the Manitoba floods. 1951 Special coverage of the four week visit of Princess Elizabeth and the Duke of Edinburgh. 1952 Radio programming made available to Canadian troops in Korea. 1953 The first private television station, also the first CBC Television affiliate, opened in Sudbury, Ontario. 1954 Commonwealth Games came to Vancouver and CBC/Radio Canada played host broadcaster for this international event. 1955 First telecast of opening of Parliament. 1956 Special coverage of the Hungarian uprising, the Suez crisis and the Springhill Mine disaster. 1957 Major political coverage included a five hour federal election telecast and, the first opening of Parliament by a reigning monarch. 1958 First coast to coast live television broadcast with completion of the microwave network from Nova Scotia to British Columbia. Opening of the Calgary delay centre for western time zones. CBC Northern Service (radio) was established. 1959 Special coverage of the opening of the St.
Lawrence Seaway. Microwave network extended to Newfoundland. In 1968 the new Broadcasting Act also confirmed CBC/Radio Canada role of providing the national service.
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