Here's what you'll find on CBC Music's new website
We're excited to show you our brand new website revamp
If you're reading this, that means you've discovered CBC Music's new website!
We're here to make sure you know where to find all your favourite CBC Music content: playlists, videos, radio playlogs and articles, in addition to coverage of major events such as the Juno Awards, the Polaris Music Prize and the CBC Music Festival.
Where do I listen?
First things first. To listen to CBC Music programs and playlists, head over to CBC Listen (also available via the "LISTEN LIVE" tab, above).
It's your one-stop shop for radio shows — including Mornings with Raina Douris, Tempo with Julie Nesrallah, Afterdark with Odario Williams, all available for streaming in five time zones — and the full range of CBC Music's playlists (from Adult Alternative to Workout Mix, and everything in between).
That's also where you'll find playlogs for our radio programs. Simply locate the page for the show in question, and under "Playlogs" select the date of the program you wish to search.
While there, you're also just a click away from CBC Radio One, CBC Podcasts and a bunch of program highlights available on demand. A convenient way to explore all the talk and music programming that CBC has to offer.
Where do I watch?
You'll also find performances from the Polaris Music Prize gala and the Juno Awards, plus weird and wonderful highlights from our archives, such as this one:
Where's Searchlight? Where's the Canadian Music Class Challenge?
We're collecting our coverage of annual happenings under our "Events" tab. There, you can find the latest on the Juno Awards, Searchlight, Canadian Music Class Challenge, Polaris Music Prize and the annual CBC Music Festival (which, by the way, is coming up on May 25 at Toronto's RBC Echo Beach).
We want your feedback. Let us know what you think via Twitter: we're @CBCMusic.