Canadian Broadcasting Corporation
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The Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC) is Canada's state-owned national broadcaster, also going by the French name la Société Radio-Canada (SRC). It operates several radio networks, two television networks, several cable television channels, and a number of news/entertainment websites. It also formerly owned the cable channel Bold (originally CBC Country Canada, which has since been sold to Blue Ant Media and renamed Cottage Life TV) and digital music service Galaxie (which has since been sold to Stingray Digital and renamed Stingray Music).
- CBC News Network (formerly CBC Newsworld)
- Ici RDI (formerly Réseau de l'information)
- Documentary (formerly The Documentary Channel; co-owned with the National Film Board of Canada and independent producers)
- Ici ARTV
- Ici Explora
- Unis (co-owned by Radio-Canada and private partners)