CBC Radio Doc Makers

Want to pitch us a radio documentary?

Here are a few different ways you can pitch your audio doc to us.
Mentee Jess Shane recording for her Ideas documentary. (Credit: Celine Harb)

There are a few different ways you can pitch your audio doc to us:

1. Pitch a show directly

Are you an experienced audio freelancer with a strong, focused pitch? Reach out to one of our shows directly. Read more...

2. Apply to Our Mentorship Program

Designed for emerging and intermediate audio producers, our mentorship program pairs up CBC Producers and Canadian freelancers with CBC Radio's most skilled and celebrated audio doc makers. Read more...

3. Apply to The Current's Advanced Doc Maker Program

Designed for intermediate and experienced audio producers, this enriched development opportunity gives CBC Producers and Canadian freelancers the chance to work in collaboration with this country's most listen-to current affairs program. Read more...

4. Apply to Our Emerging Indigenous Doc Maker Program 

This opportunity affords training, development and mentorship for young/emerging Indigenous broadcasters. Read more...


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