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The Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC) is Canada's public broadcaster. Created by an Act of Parliament in 1936, the government-owned company provides services in both of Canada's official languages, English and French. All told, the CBC operates two television networks, four radio networks, a cable television service, an international shortwave radio service and a commercial-free audio service. CBC operates approximately 100 radio and television stations across Canada.[1]



Involvement in Gamergate

On October 15, 2014, CBC News participated in the now failed StopGamerGate2014 hashtag campaign by tweeting "the internet has had enough of Gamergate." [2] On October 16, 2014 CBC apparently reconsidered their stance after a wave of pro GamerGate tweets they were supposedly setting up an interview with Jennie Bharaj,[3] no such interview has taken place as of this writing. On October 21 the CBC radio show Q did an interview with Brianna Wu and former host Jian Ghomeshi.[4]

On October 1, 2014, CBC ran a piece[5] on their community blog by John Bowman. On October 3, 2014, Bowman contacted Jennifer Dawe to conduct a "reaction" pre-interview to be followed up by another interview later, but the second interview was cancelled by his producers who were not interested in that "topic", despite running more pieces on GamerGate afterward. Bowman eventually released his pre-interview[6] on sound cloud.

On October 8, 2018, CBC ran a hit piece accused fans that are dissatisfied with Disney's Star Wars Episode 8: The Last Jedi's "diversity casting", even accusing the fans responsible for to some of the Star Wars actors to shut down their social media accounts.[1] With Morten Bay, a Center for the Digital Future researcher, concludes that thirty-three accounts were from trolls. Stating that something similar occurred with the United State's 2016 presidential election. Bay also says that the twitter trolls are tapping to already existing racist and sexist beliefs that are held by anti-feminists to "try to push their agenda", the researcher then said to David Common, who was the The Current's guest.

See Also

OPCanadian BaCon II

Honey Badger Brigade

References

  1. Russian Trolls Pushed Their Agenda (CBC/archive) -[1]

  1. CBC History

  2. CBC #StopGamerGate2014 tweet

  3. CBC GG interview

  4. CBC "Q" interview 5 minutes in

  5. CBC "Women talking video games online risk abuse, threats"

  6. interview BOWMAN Dawe Gamergate
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