Careers: April 14, 2020

A/V Digital Broadcasting


Careers: April 14, 2020

By David Farrell

A/V Digital Broadcasting



CityNews Vancouver




KiSS 107.7 Lethbridge



MusicProgramming Ass't

Sirius XM Toronto



Web Producer

CTV Barrie



Line-up Editor

CTV News Channel Toronto




99.3 FM Edmonton




TVO Toronto




CityNews Toronto




CityNews Toronto



Promo Rep

Rogers Chilliwack




CityNews Vancouver




CityNews Vancouver



Talk Show Producer

Rogers Kitchener



National Format Director

Rogers Toronto



TV & Camera Prof

Ryerson U Toronto




CityNews Vancouver



Assignment Editor

CityNews Toronto



Newsroom Temp

CBC Yelllowknife



Mid-Day Host/MD

Country 94.1 St. John




KISS 107.7 Lethbridge




CityNews Vancouver



Assoc Producer

CityNews Toronto



National Promo Director

Rogers Toronto



Afternoons & MD

KiSS 102.3 Winnipeg



Video Producer/Editor

Bow Valley College Calgary



PD & National Format Director, CHR

KiSS 92.5 Toronto



Audio Director

Reflector Ent Montreal



Assignment Editor

Rogers Toronto



Afternoon Drive Host

99.1 Hits FM St. John's



Promotions Rep

Stingray Vancouver



Morning Show Co-Hosts

Rogers Radio Calgary



Podcast Host/Producer

Global News Toronto



News & On-Air Talent

Vista Radio Courtenay BC



Assignment Editor

CityNews Toronto



Music & Entertainment



Lester Centre of the Arts Prince Rupert BC




Music Theory Prof



Human Resources Mgr

Warner Ent Toronto



DG. Creation & Innovation

NFB Montreal or TO



High School Music Teacher

École secondaire privée Montreal



Jazz Music Prof

Vancouver Island U Nanaimo



Project Mgr

Create Music Group Vancouver




Business / Arts Toronto



Head of Trade Marketing

Believe Digital Montreal



Program Coordinator

Alberta Band Assoc Edmonton



Client Services Mgr

Anthem Ent Toronto




Victoria Symphony



Music Distribution Coordinator

Monstercat Vancouver



Tech Director

Live Nation Toronto



Ass't Tech Director

Live Nation Toronto



Marketing Mgr

Live Nation Toronto



Ops Mgr

Live Nation Toronto



Music Theory Prof

Western U London



Acc't Receivable Coordinator

Re:Sound Toronto



Temp Repertoire Analyst

Re:Sound Toronto



Legal Affairs EA

Re:Sound Toronto




Vancouver Int Film Festival



Legal Counsel

Stingray Montreal



Classical Musicians/Various

Orchestras Canada



Int Distribution Coordinator

Just For Laughs Montreal



Marketing, Media & PR


Digital Content Writer

Sick Kids Hospital Toronto



Interactive Media Prof

Senecca College Toronto



Print Reporters






Freelance Content Writer

Digital Shift Toronto



French Copywriter

MindBeacon Group Remote




Transcontinental Mississauga



Novel Editor & Proofreader

Sygra Publishing Toronto




Barrie Today



Sr Digital Marketing Specialist

Colliers Int Toronto



Freelance Writer

Black Press Penticton



Freelance Script Writer

Filmless Remote




The Weather Network Oakville



Reporter Jobs,



Reporter/Editor/Journalist Jobs



Comm's & Events Coordinator



Ass't Journalism Prof

Carleton U Ottawa



Editor Toronto



Tanya Tagaq
Katrin Naleid

Tanya Tagaq

Tv Film

Tanya Tagaq Plays a Pivotal Role in 'True Detective' Season Finale

The Inuk artist provides vocals for the HBO series' soundtrack, and her song "Submerged" scores a pivotal moment in the season finale, in which she appears as an actress.

The new season of True Detective wrapped up this weekend, and timed with the tense final episode, HBO also released the show's gripping soundtrack. Inuk artist Tanya Tagaq, one of the most celebrated contemporary musicians in Canada, contributed to seven songs on the soundtrack as well as making appearances in the show herself.

Subtitled Night Country, the fourth season of the HBO detective show takes place in the fictional town of Ennis, Alaska. It stars Jodie Foster and Kali Reis as Liz Danvers and Evangeline Navarro, two police officers trying to figure out how the recent bizarre deaths of six scientists are linked to the murder of Iñupiaq activist Annie Kowtok. Through its mystery framing, the show explores themes like colonial violence, environmental destruction, and missing and murdered Indigenous women.

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