As British Columbia’s leading television station, with its flagship News Hour broadcast and only provincial 24 hour news channel BC1, Global BC is the broadcaster more British Columbians turn to for local news than any other. With a team of experienced and trusted journalists, Global BC provides their audience with award winning journalists – morning, noon and night. Digging deeper to find the truths behind major issues that matter most to its residents, Global BC is renowned for telling unique stories that you won’t find anywhere else. Global BC has garnered numerous awards – not only for their stellar journalism – but also for their achievements as an outstanding corporate citizen. Servicing the community in the Lower Mainland since 1960, Global BC participates in, and supports a wide range of community initiatives as well as partners with charities and organizations across British Columbia. As an active member of the community, their philanthropic efforts remain an integral part of their heritage.
Founded in 1949 as the voice of Downtown Vancouver, Westender is the city’s original alternative weekly newspaper. Westender strives to bring you stories you can’t find anywhere else, focusing on Vancouver’s most fascinating personalities, contentious issues, and the inside scoop on what’s going down in our town. Whether your interest is the local food scene, music, arts, entertainment, film, television, politics, or healthy living, the Westender’s expert columnists will connect you with a side of our city you’ve never seen before. From Kitsilano to the East Village, from Mt. Pleasant to Coal Harbour, Westender is Everything Vancouver.
TLN Telelatino, Canada’s Latino Superstation, offers programming in English, Spanish and Italian and can be seen in over 6.2 million Canadian television homes from coast to coast. As Canada’s leading Hispanic and Italian media company, TLN’s family of channels includes three all Italian language channels (Mediaset Italia, Sky TG24 Canada, TeleBimbi), six all Spanish language digital TV channels (Univision Canada, TeleNiños, Cinelatino, Centroamerica TV, WAPA America, Television Dominicana), and an all-sports channel (EuroWorld Sport). TLN is majority owned by Corus Entertainment, a leading Canadian media company.