Category: Ask CBC News

Replacements for Letterman pitched by CBCNews.ca readers

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Tags: Arts & Entertainment, CBC News, Community, Community Reaction

lettermanLate night talk-show host David Letterman announced he would be retiring in 2015 during a taping of Thursday's Late Show. Social media was filled with tributes to Letterman's legacy, but also with talk about who would replace him in the coveted 11:30 slot. 

Ask CBC News: Erica Johnson on protecting consumers

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Ask CBC News is a monthly series that takes a behind-the-scenes look at how we gather and report the news. It's part of an ongoing effort to be more transparent about what we do.


This month, Erica Johnson answers a question from the CBC Community. 

Ask CBC News: Meteorologist Jay Scotland

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si-Jay Scotland-220.jpgAsk CBC News is a monthly series that takes a behind-the-scenes look at how we gather and report the news. It's part of an ongoing effort to be more transparent about what we do.

This month, it's your chance to ask the weatherman the questions you've always wanted to know. We're turning to meteorologist Jay Scotland for answers.


Get answers to your questions about the beef recall

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Tags: Community

si-cows-xl-220-CP03362803.jpgDo you have questions about the beef recall? CBC News Network is hosting a special segment today with Reshmi Nair at 3:00pm ET. Send in your questions to pov@cbc.ca.
 

Our Top 10 TIFF 2012 Star Spotting submissions from the CBC Community

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Tags: Arts & Entertainment, TIFF

si_starspot_top10.jpgThe Toronto International Film Festival officially wrapped Sunday evening, and in its wake left a long trail of film reviews, party reports and celebrity encounter tales - including many from CBC Your News Community members.

CBC's Eli Glasner on reviewing films, reading other critics

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si-220-eli-glasner-ask-cbc-.jpgWelcome to July installment of Ask CBC News! This month, CBC arts reporter Eli Glasner explains how he decides which films to review and reveals the three film critics that he considers must-reads.

CBC's Deana Sumanac on handling hot stars, bad interviews

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Tags: Arts & Entertainment, Ask CBC News

si-220-deana-sumanac.jpgCBC Arts reporter Deana Sumanac dishes on dealing with publicists and shares her celebrity horror story.

Do you have a question for a CBC reporter? We're now accepting entries for our July installment!

CBC's Derek Stoffel on staying professional and stomaching injustice

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si_stoffel_220.jpgDerek Stoffel, a Middle East correspondent for CBC News, has answered a very weighty question from John Harvey of Rothesay, N.B.

CBC's David McKie on investigative reporting

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mckie-ask-cbc-news-120429-220.jpgDavid McKie, an award-winning investigative journalist in the CBC Parliamentary bureau, has fielded two readers' questions as part of our ongoing Ask CBC News series.

CBC's Margaret Evans on conflict zones, vulnerable interviewees

Categories: Ask CBC News, Community, News Promo, World

Tags: Ask CBC News, CBC Reporters

si_margaretevans_220.jpgHow do reporters stay safe in conflict zones? How do they feel when interviewing vulnerable people? Margaret Evans, the CBC's London-based Europe correspondent, has fielded two questions from the CBC Community.