Finance is at the heart of CBC News.
Today, the CBC has more than 50 content departments and more than 4,000 news stories covering a wide range of topics, including the economy, financial services, finance, finance-related news and more.
With so many topics covered by CBC News, the content department is tasked with developing a portfolio of content for its newsrooms, which is then published on CBC News and CBC TV, CBC News Network and the CBC News app.
The CBC’s financial news section is focused on delivering timely, credible, and accurate news.
To date, the Finance section has covered a broad range of financial topics including the Canadian economy, foreign and defence finance, and financial regulations, including mortgage and student loans.
In recent years, the Financial Department has also developed and released several news stories, including stories on Canada’s sovereign debt crisis, the federal deficit, and the provincial budget.
The Finance section also produces and publishes articles on issues related to the Canadian banking sector, the Canadian construction sector, and Canadian manufacturing.
The Financial section also creates and posts news content about topics related to Canadian finance.
For the first time in a long time, CBC has decided to take on the challenge of finding the content content department, which has grown by about 50% in recent years.
“We’re trying to create a new portfolio of financial content,” said Carole Leblanc, director of content content for CBC News Canada.
“It will be produced by a team that includes a lot of experts.”
To do that, the finance content department has launched a search engine.
“This search engine is focused primarily on information about the financial sector,” said Lebluc.
“There are also topics related only to finance.”CBC News is working closely with the finance department to ensure that all its content is sourced to its most current sources, Leblac added.
“As part of this process, we have been working with the content creators to ensure they are working within the rules of the CBC,” she said.
The content department will be using a searchable database that will also include stories from the CBC and other Canadian media, including CBC News Radio, CBC TV’s Morning Edition, and CBC News Online.
The database will also contain stories from other news organizations, such as CTV and the National Post.CBC News has already started to build a search feature in the finance section, which will be made available on CBC TV and CBC Marketplace in the coming weeks.
“The search functionality will be available to all CBC News TV and Marketplace subscribers as of the start of April,” said Jean-Christophe Dumas, editor in chief of CBC Financial Services.
“The search will be the first of its kind in the CBC, and it will help us to keep track of which content is most relevant to our viewers,” Dumas added.
“It will allow us to provide better information to our readers about what is happening with our news,” he added.
A search tool for the finance sections will be developed in conjunction with the Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives, the non-profit that works to protect Canadians’ rights to privacy.
“For the most part, the information that we get from the public is very much from government agencies, not the media,” said Marie-Philip LeBluc, director-general of the Centre for Information Policy Alternates.
“That is why we have a lot more information to give to the public, because the information we get is not always as good as the information from the media.”
The centre, which supports a number of organizations, is also planning to launch a public searchable searchable repository of content from the finance and business sections in April.
“At this point, we’re really just focusing on the content that we have, because we don’t want to have to deal with duplicate content,” Lebluch said.CBC Media’s Finance section, on the other hand, will continue to develop its own searchable collection of financial news and analysis.
“Our content is still a bit new to most Canadians, so we’re just starting to build our search capability,” said David Lajeunesse, director for news and economics.
“In the coming months, we will be launching new search capabilities, but right now, we still use our existing search capabilities to find the content.”
The finance department has been working closely and collaboratively with CBC News to ensure the content is both credible and accurate.
“Content from the Finance Department is always going to be based on credible and objective information,” LeBlanc said.
“So, we look forward to being able to share with our audience what is important to them, and what we are doing to provide that.”
With files from The Canadian Press and The Canadian Media Foundation.