The analytics co has a new name and brand to “position it for an energetic and innovative future,” it announced today.
The scripted boss takes over the GM position, overseeing the pubcaster’s overall programming portfolio.
The pubcaster unveils its fall lineup amidst its ongoing budget crisis, revealing the end of Doyle, a new comedy portal and details on two of its new one-hour dramas.
The digital content director is leaving to pursue her own projects, following a 20-year career at the public broadcaster.
Accounting for the 2012 London Olympic Games, private sector spend on non-sports Canadian programming was up slightly (1%) year-over-year to $598.9 million.