And then he turned and walked away. Thank you for the privilege of allowing me into your home all these years.
The one's who went to Studio "A", where I should have gone, got gassed. Humiliated. Station management abruptly fired 167 news employees Dec. 11 while offering some new contracts. To encourage thoughtful and respectful conversations, first and last names will appear with each submission to CBC/Radio-Canada's online communities (except in children and youth-oriented communities). CHCH-TV is still alive, but it's real soul passed away last Friday afternoon. "You're not supposed to be here.
By submitting a comment, you accept that CBC has the right to reproduce and publish that comment in whole or in part, in any manner CBC chooses. I lost my job, along with dozens of others. I am also sad for my many colleagues who lost their jobs today and that I won't be sharing laughs with them anymore.
I did the weather from the nursery at McMaster hospital holding my daughter Kyra the night she was born; so many memories come flooding back. He refused to look me in the eye. Reporters and cameramen worked as teams.
As you may now be aware, today was my last day at CHCH. It has been a great run, but it's not the end; I look forward to being a part of the Hamilton community for years to come. I walked into the CHCH newsroom 33 years ago for the very first time.
The conversation isn’t over. A new owner was found, but on Friday, without notice, they declared bankruptcy, leaving the future of the 60-year-old institution up in the air.
It was my boss. In tears. In 2009, Global, the owner of the day, threatened to shut it down. You have probably read stories about the relationships forged between staff at CHCH. Matt Hayes says thank you and goodbye. ... Jamie West, after 10 years as a reporter/anchor at CHCH, left for WDTV, an independent production company in Hamilton.
Mark Hebscher describes his strange last few hours on the job. Writers wrote, producers produced and editors slapped together newly shot footage, then ran stories up two flights of stairs to make deadline. You are the best!
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I was part of a large contingent of people who produced three daily newscasts. CHCH reporters and hosts say goodbye and thanks to the people of Hamilton whose stories they've told over many years serving the city. Efficiently. Escorted out of the building forever.
The term "videographer" had yet to be created. Author: People of Hamilton "You're in the wrong room". CHCH reporters and hosts say goodbye and thanks to the people of Hamilton whose stories they've told over many years serving the city.