Toronto Broadcast Centre
- Harvey Cashore
- Greg Hobbs
- Millan Curry-Sharples
- Phil LaChappelle
- Lesley Birchard
- Fred Nicolaidis
- Jane Eisbrenner
- Sonia Arab
- Leslie Wasserman
- Tony Lomonaco
- David Wilson, PM CBC Doc Unit
- Oleh J. Rumak,
The Fifth Estate
- David Kitching,
- Karen Sebesta,
- Steve Sloan,
- Don Reynolds,
- Geoff D'Eon,
Halifax Comedy Fest
- Nick Rose,
Life With Boys
- Jim Corston,
Life With Boys
Senior Director, Media Production Services
Doug has worked in media production for almost 30 years, both inside and outside CBC. Working primarily in audio before becoming a technical producer in 1986, he has held such positions as Manager, EFP and Film Production; Resources Manager; Production Executive; and Deputy Director of Production for A&E, prior to moving to Media Production Services in 2004.
Manager, Independent Production
An industry veteran with 20 years of experience in production, both independent and in-house, Stew has worked at CBC in a variety of roles including Production Manager; Producer; and Director of Production for CBC's Arts & Entertainment division. He currently runs the facility rental division for Media Production Services at the Canadian Broadcasting Centre in Toronto.
Senior Manager, Production Management
Elaine worked in television production at CBC for 15 years, primarily in variety and entertainment programming, before moving into management. Some previous roles have included Manager, Library Services; Manager, Resource Development; and Manager, Studio & Remote Production. Elaine has been in her present role as Senior Manager of Production for five years. Elaine's team includes Technical Producers, Project Managers and the Toronto Design Office, with the objective of enabling productions to realize their vision within our facilities.
Director, Libraries & Archives
Gregg first worked as a general technician (camera, editing, directing) at cable television companies in New Brunswick and Ontario before joining CBC Halifax in 1984 as a casual technician, performing various jobs like Master Control Operator, Telecine Technician and Editor. In 1986, he was promoted to full-time staff and has held several positions since then: ENG Editor; Senior Production Editor & Technical Instructor; Supervisor of Post Production Services & Technical Support Services; and Manager, Technical Operations. In 2006, Gregg transferred to CBC Toronto to become Manager, Video Post Production and lead the TPC High-Definition Conversion project. In 2007, Gregg was promoted to Senior Manager, Post Production & Graphic Design.
Senior Manager, TV Production
With a background in technical operations, producing and directing, Ruthie Calarco has 15 years of experience working in both public and private broadcasting in Canada and the United States. She is the current Senior Manager of Studio & Remote Production at CBC Toronto, with a talented team of managers, studio and field technicians, and associate directors. She also oversees Media Production Services Technical Stores services.
Manager, Toronto Design Office
Barbara's design career began as an Assistant Set Designer in CBC's Design department. From there, she worked on various movies, specials and series like Kids in the Hall, working her way up to Production Designer for the Royal Canadian Air Farce. Barbara was with CBC's Design Department for more than 20 years, until its closure in 2007. After a brief period in the freelance world, she returned to the CBC in her new role as Manager of the Toronto Design Office.
Senior Manager, Radio Production
With a background in media production and technical operations, Julie has spent the last 15 years working in a variety of roles inside and outside of CBC including Assistant Production Coordinator, Broadcast Television Sales Account Manager, Operations Manager for CBC North, Director, Operations & Contingency Planning English Services at CBC and most recently Director, Radio Production at CBC. Julie's team is responsible for managing Operations for CBC Radio's Network programming.
Senior Manager, Sales & Marketing
Glenn Gould Studio
Shannon has over ten years experience in the event industry, with a background in venue operations, logistics, and event marketing. Shannon started her career at CBC as an Event Specialist and was also part of the CBC production crew for the Turin 2006 and Beijing 2008 Olympic Games. After a few years outside of CBC in corporate event planning and sport management, Shannon returned to the CBC and currently manages the Glenn Gould Studio.