Do you love making videos and online content? Sask.'s Creator Network is looking for young storytellers

CBC Creator Network is specifically looking for emerging content creators to make short videos for a younger audience.

CBC Creator Network is accepting pitches from emerging digital creators producing unique, diverse content

Do you love making videos and online content? Saskatchewan’s Creator Network is looking for young digital storytellers to produce unique and diverse video content to play on CBC. (KPG_Payless/Shutterstock)

What is the Creator Network?

The Creator Network is a group of CBC producers across the country, who mentor and guide emerging digital storytellers as they create relevant and original content.

The goal is to bring more authentic and diverse stories to CBC platforms, including our websites, streaming service GEM, local television programs, current affairs shows and other CBC departments such as arts, life and Indigenous.

Wyatt Miller sits by the sewing machine he uses to create clothing under his new brand Sparked Apparel. (Brandon White)

What are we looking for?

We are specifically looking for emerging content creators to make short videos (5 minutes and under) for an 18 to 30-year-old audience.

Content creators can be writers, filmmakers, vloggers, photographers, journalists, artists, animators, foodies or anyone else with a compelling idea and visual plan for bright and bold content.

We want creators to tell stories through their own lens, and we will license and pay for the content.

Content should be video-based, but can also include other treatments including web stories, animation, audio features, tutorials, explainers, photo essays and more. 

We are not looking for pitches for reality shows or scripted series involving actors or performers. For more information about how to pitch those types of projects, click here. 

Here are a few examples of Creator Network content:

Nicole Mae says one self-care tip would be doing a childhood hobby such as painting, collecting rocks, making sock puppets, photography, astronomy discoveries or a fun game. (Submitted by Nicole Mae)

How to pitch to us

If you're a creator with a great idea, we want to hear from you.

Be sure to include details about your idea and how your perspective is unique.

Also, consider the visuals you want to use, your timeline, your team, and what you hope the finished product will look like.

Click here to fill out our pitch form, or send your pitch to Saskatchewan's Creator Network Producer,

Dancer, DJ, choreographer and teacher Maribeth (Kilusan) Tabanera has turned to dancing outdoors in Winnipeg during the pandemic. She was featured in a recent Creator Network video in Manitoba. (Submitted by Maribeth (Kilusan) Tabanera)


Anna-May Zeviar is the Creator Network producer for CBC Saskatchewan. She also produces the CBC Saskatchewan News at Six. Anna-May has worked at CBC since 2000, starting in Vancouver. She's worked in BC, Alberta and Saskatchewan as a reporter, writer, host, and producer. If you have story ideas or a pitch for the Creator Network, email