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CBC slashes shows and jobs after budget cuts

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These are difficult days at the CBC.

Tuesday, senior management provided more details on how government cuts to the corporation's budget will affect programming.

Of the total shortfall, $86 million will be absorbed by English-language services in TV, Radio and online, meaning more than 250 jobs will disappear.  

To explain how the cuts will change what you will see and hear -- and what it means for the CBC Kamloops bureau -- Kirstine Stewart, the CBC's executive vice-president of English Services, spoke with Daybreak host Chris Walker.
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