The 2023 RTDNA Canada Best Canadian Local News Awards Finalists will be announced on September 7 and the National Awards Finalists will be announced on September 12!
Summary Position: Multi-Skilled Journalist, Brockville, Bell Media, CTV Ottawa Salary: Commensurate with qualifications and experienceHours of Work: Full Time, Shift Work, Evenings/Weekends. Overtime as required Responsibilities Qualifications: #EmployeeReferralProgram Additional Information: Position Type: Union Job Status: Regular – Full Time Job Location: Canada : Ontario : BrockvilleWork Arrangement: HybridApplication Deadline: 11/13/2023 For work arrangements that are ‘Hybrid’, successful candidates must be based in Canada and report to […]
Summary Job Posting Details Position: Multi-skilled Journalist, CTV Ottawa, Bell MediaLocation: 87 George Street, Ottawa (Ontario)Salary: Unifor Local 715M – Commensurate with qualifications and experienceHours of Work: 40 hours per week | Overtime as required based on operational needs. Will include working shift work – evenings, weekends and on Holidays Responsibilities Qualifications: #EmployeeReferralProgram Additional Information: […]
Summary Position: Producer, 580 CFRA, Bell Media Location: 87 George Street, Ottawa, ONSalary: Commensurate with qualifications and experienceHours of Work: Regular – Full time. 37.5 hours per weekWorkways profile: Full – Time in office (meaning that you will be required to perform your work on-site) The Producer primarily needs to be well informed and understand what the audience needs and wants […]
RTDNA Canada 2022 Awards
Hall of Fame
Lifetime Achievement Awards
Outstanding Recognition Awards
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