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University Presidents CBC Radio Peter Gzowksi [sound recording]
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1992 Oct. 1 (Creation)
- Canadian Broadcasting Corporation
- Halifax, Nova Scotia
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1 audio cassette (53 min., 56 sec.) : analog.
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CNR's radio network was the predecessor of the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation it operated as a radio network for passenger. CRBC -- the Canadian Radio Broadcasting Commission took over the CNR radio facilities and started to broadcast in English and French. In 1936 A new Canadian Broadcasting Act created the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation which was established as a crown corporation. Until 1958 the CBC acted not only as broadcaster but also as the regulator of Canadian broadcasting. The CBC began broadcasting television in addition to their radio services in 1952.
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This recording contains an interview done by Peter Gzowski of CBC's Morning Side with University Presidents including; Dr. Marion Frye (University of King's College), Dr. Elizabeth Parr-Johnston (Mount Saint Vincent University), Dr. Geraldine Kenney-Wallace (McMaster University), Dr. Lorna Marsden (Sir Wilfred Laurier University), Dr. Masha Hanen (University of Winnipeg), Dr. Eva Kushner (University of Victoria) and Dr. Susan Mann (York University). This recording is two sided. On Side A the show is introduced from 00:00:00 to 00:01:56. From 00:01:57 to 00:31:26 the interview takes place. The interview ranges on topics from affirmative action, equality and women in University management positions. On Side B the interview continues from 00:00:00 to 00:22:13.
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Available digitally in .MP3 and .WAV formats.
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For research purposes only. Copyright held by the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation. For publication permissions, contact Archivist.
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Created on March 17, 2019 by Taylor McCuaig.