Careers: September 03, 2020

AV/Digital Broadcasting


Careers: September 03, 2020

By David Farrell

AV/Digital Broadcasting


Morning Anchor

Corus Guelph



Regulatory Analyst

Shaw Calgary



Audio Manager

Gameloft Montreal




CBC St. John



Freelance Contributor

Bell Media Toronto




Rogers Media Ottawa



Director of Programming, Kids' Ent

Corus Kids' Service Toronto



Video Editor

Ajax Creative Toronto




CBC Iqaluit




CBC Yellowknife




CBC Moncton



TV Programming Mgr

Stingray Montreal



Music Programming Intern

SiriusXM Toronto




Rogers Ottawa




Rogers Lethbridge



Morning Show Host

Stingray Sydney NS




Stingray Lloydminster AB



Audio Manager

Gameloft Montreal



Film & Media Tech

Queen's U Kingston




Rogers Lethbridge





CHR Format Director

Rogers Toronto




KiSS 107.7 Lethbridge



TV & Camera Prof

Ryerson U Toronto



Video Producer/Editor

Bow Valley College Calgary



Audio Director

Reflector Ent Montreal



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



Music & Entertainment


Event Coordinator

Starvox Ent Toronto



Interim Music Officer

Ontario Arts Council Toronto



Music Teacher

Edmonton Public Schools



Head of Reproduction Rights

SOCAN Toronto



Early Childhood Music Specialist

Orrett Music Academy Toronto



Ass't Prof

Mnt Allison U Sackville NB




Music Therapist

Fraser Health Delta BC



Music School Principal

Richmond Music School BC



Agent/Event Organizer

Fever Ottawa



Events Coordinator

Castle Mountain Resort Pincher Creek AB



Business Affairs Mgr

Sinking Ship Ent Toronto




Steinway Piano Gallery Toronto




Music Nova Scotia Halifax



Client Services Mgr

Anthem Ent Toronto



Music Theory Prof

Western U London



Legal Counsel

Stingray Montreal



Marketing, Media & PR


Communications Assoc

Creative Manitoba Winnipeg



Managing Editor

iPolitics Toronto




Web Summit Toronto



Client Strategy Director

Twitch Toronto



News Writer

Input Remote



Marketing Coordinator

Dundurn Press Toronto



Sr Culture Editor

Pink Triangle Press Toronto



Int. Admissions Officer, N. Africa

Toronto Film School



Comm's Mgr

Biennual of Art GTA



P/T E-Mail Newsletter Writer

North99 Toronto



Content Writer

Pixieset Remote



Sr Marketing & Comm's Mgr

Mattel Montreal




Postmedia Spruce Grove AB




Canada Media Fund Montreal



News Journalist

CMAJ Remote




LANDR Montreal



Freelance Sponsored Content Writer

Narcity Toronto



Freelance Bilingual Copy Editor

Narcity Montreal



Social Media Strategist

Creative Niche Toronto



Production Mgr

Guru Studio Toronto



Sr Product Designer

Create Music Vancouver



Marketing & Product Mgr

Stingray Media Montreal




Narcity Media Toronto



Assoc Editor



PR Manager

Amazon Prime Video Toronto



Print Reporters






Sr Digital Marketing Specialist

Colliers Int Toronto



Freelance Script Writer

Filmless Remote



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.

keep readingShow less