Here's What's Wrong With CBC Radio
Opinion
Here’s What’s Wrong With CBC Radio
An emphasis on personal storytelling has come at the expense of engagement with larger issues, writes Nick Fillmore

During CBC Radio’s 81 years, the public broadcaster has been the country’s most important life-line, unifying the nation and helping us understand each other and the important issues of the day.

I was lucky to have worked at the CBC for more than 25 years. I held several positions, including Canadian editor of The National, working as an investigative journalist, as a radio documentary producer, and as an editor with National Radio News.

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