DIGITAL TECHNOLOGIES  • Department / Unit Academy

EBU joint IOI/NBI themed visit to CBC/Radio-Canada

A creative hub for Canadian-French language media and digital production, Radio-Canada will move into its new broadcast centre in 2020. The new Maison de Radio-Canada (MRC) has been designed to offer bright, modern and versatile spaces befitting a fully digital, multiplatform, creative public broadcaster, while meeting the strictest environmental and sustainable development standards. The MRC will be a showcase for public broadcasting.

According to Michel Bissonnette, Executive Vice-President of Radio-Canada,  "The new Maison de Radio-Canada will provide our employees – and creators of all disciplines – with an inspiring workplace where their talent can thrive and flourish.”

The 80-year-old public broadcaster has not waited to have a new building to drive innovation from within and to position itself as a key open innovation actor on the Canadian scene. The digital R&D Lab launched 5 years ago, the Idea Accelerator, the yearly Hackathon and RAD, a newly created service aimed at a younger and more digital generation, are just a few examples of the many initiatives that have put Radio-Canada at the forefront of digital transformation.

Participants in the visit will have a unique opportunity to better understand how the Canadian broadcaster works.

The themed visit combines plenary sessions with separate NBI and IOI track sessions.

 

Who is it for?

  • EBU Members only
  • Managers and experts in strategy, innovation, change & transformation, audience insights, future media and creative labs – both technology and content/programme-oriented
  • New building/facilities project managers &  team members
  • 25 participants max., and no more than 2 participants per Member

Content highlights

Day I: 10:00 – 18:00

  • Strategic overview
  • CBC/Radio-Canada relation structure
  • Radio-Canada new building overview  and tour of the worksite, incl. Data centre, Master Control room
  • Innovation at Radio-Canada
  • IOI track: Innovation structure, processes and outcome
  • NBI track: project management, building architecture

Day II: 09:00 – 16:00 

  • Transition to Smarter production
  • IOI track: innovation examples and case studies, collaboration & partnerships
  • NBI track: new production infrastructure; behaviour & change management
  • Update on NBI/IOI project

 

We aim to plan something for Friday 24th morning, but this is to be confirmed and not obligatory. Please plan travel accordingly.

Date and time

The visit will start at 10:00 on Wednesday 22 May and will end at 13:00 on Friday 24 May.

Skill

Innovation

Details

22 - 24 May 2019

Venue

CBC/Radio-Canada Montréal Office
Montréal Maison de Radio Canada
1400 boul. René Lévesque Est
Montréal
Québec
H2L 2M2

Registration details

Click here, if you want to be first informed on the next IOI themed visit.

Fee

  • EUR 375 per person

The price covers prompt delivery of a report at the end of the visit, and professional moderation which will optimize the learning journey for participants.

Also included are coffee breaks and 2 light lunches. A networking dinner will be held on Wednesday evening at the participant’s charge.

Accommodation

Participants are responsible for their own accommodation during the visit. Please contact the hotel of your choice directly.

For a useful list of hotels and restaurants nearby, please see the link below.

https://drive.google.com/open?id=1fJSFLfvsDhLssUd7DX0wy2YU-ne_zkHs&usp=sharing

Working languages

English

Partners and Sponsors

Implementing Open Innovation (IOI) and New Buildings Initiative (NBI) themed visits are jointly organized by our Technology & Innovation Department and the EBU Academy.

This visit has been developed in partnership with CBC/Radio-Canada.

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Contact detail

Hélène Rauby-Matta
Business Development Manager
+41 22 717 24 21
raubymatta@ebu.ch
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