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TVN adheres to the Canadian Association of Broadcasters Code of Ethics and strictly abides by gender equity and employment equity standards.

You may read our TVN Policy Manual and Code of Conduct.

We adhere to the Canadian Association of Broadcasters' Code of Ethics, the Canadian Association of Broadcasters' Sex Role Portrayal Code for Television and Radio Programming, the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission's 1992 Policy on Gender Portrayal, and the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission's Implementation of an Employment Equity Policy.

Employment Opportunities

Should TVN be successful in getting a CRTC license to operate our Niagara broadcast undertaking, TVN will assemble a team of professional men and women to fill the 90 plus positions. TVN Executive Vice President, Tracy Wilks [TWilks@TVN.ca] will accept professional biographies and personal references for the following general categories:

  1. News and Public Affairs Reporters
  2. Technicians (camera operators, master-control operators, programmers, engineers, editors, etc.)
  3. Traffic, accounting, promotion, producers, commercial writers and producers
  4. Account Executives, production management, producer-directors

Please forward tapes, photos and resumes to:

Mr. Tracy Wilks at TVN Niagara Inc.
101 King St., Suite 12
St. Catharines, Ontario
L2R 3H6

If you are sending by email, then address to: Tracy Wilks <TWilks@TVN.ca>

All persons applying will be contacted if TVN succeeds in its CRTC licensing process. All materials sent will be kept by TVN Niagara Inc. in confidence.

References should accompany applicants' resumes.

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