Canada’s federal broadcasting regulator is looking to hire a creative mind to work on its newsroom.
The CBC News Network (CBC) and Radio-Canada (RCN) are also looking for a talent to help them make a bigger splash.
In its latest update on Wednesday, the National Radio-Television and Telecommunications Commission (NRTC) announced it had received proposals from a range of talent, including photographers, writers, editors, producers, videographers and photographers.
Its website has been updated with the news and offers details on what it wants to do and how it hopes to achieve its goal of having 50,000 newsroom staff by 2020.
But while it says it is in the early stages of its search, it is asking applicants to submit an “ideal candidate” to help run the network and “provide critical leadership to the newsroom.”
“We will not stop until we have a newsroom that is as innovative and creative as we are,” the commission wrote.
“We are looking for people who are passionate about what we do and want to take our work to the next level,” said NRTC President Paulson Chryst.
“People who are able to collaborate with each other and create a sense of community.
And also, who can bring their best work to bear on the CBC newsroom, with their skills and talents.”‘
We are a bit behind’The network is aiming to become a digital news platform, with news, reports and videos streamed across the internet.
“If we’re going to achieve this goal, we are a little behind,” said Chryse.
“We have the infrastructure that we need to achieve it.
We are building it now, we just need to build it a little bit faster.”
In addition to the network’s website, it also has a digital platform for news and current affairs.
CBC News Now will have video, audio and interactive content on the platform, and the news channel will also have a dedicated mobile app.
But Chrystal says he is “not quite sure” what that app will look like.
“What we’re trying to do is take the news content and make it really interactive,” he said.
“I don’t think it will be just a video feed.”CBC News Now and CBC Radio One are currently the only media outlets that are offering a live streaming feed.
But the CBC has said it plans to introduce the technology later this year.
“This is something we are going to continue to develop,” said CBC News president Hubert Lacroix.
“But I think it’s not something we’re ready to do in the near future.”
But CBC News’ Lacroison said that in the meantime, the network is looking at ways to use its existing newsroom infrastructure, including new technology that will allow it to produce more news and videos.
“It’s really important to us to continue using the infrastructure to do that and to keep it open to new ideas,” he told CBC News.
“That means we have to get creative with the technology and not just rely on traditional methods.”