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CAB Announces 2007 Gold Ribbon Award Winners for
Ottawa, November 5, 2007 - The Canadian Association of Broadcasters (CAB) today recognized the outstanding news, information, documentary, and diversity programming of its members with the presentation of the prestigious Gold Ribbon Awards. The awards were presented at the Gold Ribbon Awards Luncheon at the CAB’s 81 st Annual Convention, held in Ottawa.
The 2007 Gold Ribbon Awards were presented to the following stations and services:
Aboriginal Programming: CJNB, North Battleford (Cree Ways) Northwestern Radio Partnership
Information Program: CHED, Edmonton (Remembering the Fallen Four) CORUS Entertainment Inc.
Breaking News: CJAD, Montreal (Dawson College Shooting) Astral Media Inc.
Diversity in News and Information Programming: CKOM, Saskatoon (Seeds of Success) Rawlco Radio Ltd.
Documentaries: CIII-TV, Toronto (Final 24) CanWest MediaWorks Inc.
Magazine Programming: CFJP-TV, Montréal (Qu’est-ce qui mijote) TQS inc.
News - Breaking News: CFTM-TV, Montréal (Fusillade au Collège Dawson) Groupe TVA inc.
News Special/Series and Public Affairs: CIVT-TV, Vancouver (Filthy Foster Home) CTVglobemedia Inc.
Diversity in News and Information Programming: CKCK-TV, Regina (Calling Home) CTVglobemedia Inc.
Documentaries: CBC Newsworld, Toronto (Braindamadj’d – Take II)
Magazine Programming: ARTV, Montréal (Mange ta Ville)
News and Current Events – Special/Series: RDI, Montréal (Le Mur) Société
Aboriginal Programming: APTN, Winnipeg (Wapos Bay) Aboriginal Peoples Television Network
Gold Ribbon Awards
The Gold Ribbon Awards pay tribute to achievements in broadcasting in various categories including community service, breaking news, humour, public affairs and promotion of Canadian talent. A total of 544 submissions were received for the 2007 Gold Ribbon Awards.
These awards are among the most prestigious in the Canadian broadcasting industry, and recognize outstanding productions in radio, television, specialty/pay/PPV services, and community service.
The Canadian Association of Broadcasters (CAB) is the national voice of Canada’s private broadcasters, representing the vast majority of Canadian programming services, including private radio and television stations, networks, specialty, pay and pay-per-view services. The goal of the CAB is to represent and advance the interests of Canada’s private broadcasters in the social, cultural and economic fabric of the country.
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