CBC News Magazine

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CBC News Magazine
Also known as Newsmagazine
Genre News
Presented by Gordon Burwash (Toronto)
Norman DePoe
Ken Mason
Michael Maclear
Stanley Burke (London)
Tom Gould (Far East)
David Levy (Moscow)
Peter Reilly (United Nations)
Phil Calder (Bonn)
James Minifie and Knowlton Nash (Washington, D.C.)
Narrated by Lorne Greene (early years)
Country of origin Canada
Original language(s) English
Production
Executive producer(s) Don Cameron (1960-66)
Tim Kotcheff (1976-77)
George Jones (1977-79)
Trina McQueen (1979-80)
Ann Medina (1980-81)
Producer(s) John Lant
Harry Rasky
David Marcus Roland (196l-64)
Murray Hunter (1964-66)
William Harcourt (1966-73)
Tim Kotcheff (1973-76)
George James (1976-78)
Tom Leach (1978-81)
Tony Hillman (1978-81)
Peter Rehak (1978-80)
Editor(s) Gunnar Rugheimer
Stanley Clinton
Harry Rasky
Arla Saare
Joan Barstead
Ronald Hallam (supervising news editor)
Michael Maclear
Running time 30 minutes
Broadcast
Original channel CBC Television
Original run September 8, 1952 – 1981

CBC News Magazine (later known as Newsmagazine) was a weekly Canadian news television series which debuted on CBC Television on September 8, 1952. The series presented the week's international news highlights and documentaries from CBC correspondents around the world. It ran until 1981 when it was cancelled in order to make way for The Journal.

Lorne Greene, then an announcer and newsreader for the CBC, was narrator for the series in its early years. It was hosted by the anchor of The National from the 1970s until its demise.

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