Toronto And OttawaAnd March 22, 2023 /CNW/ – CBC/Radio-Canada will be the Canadian broadcast site for Paris The Canadian Paralympic Committee (CBC) and CBC/Radio-Canada announced Wednesday that the Paralympics will be in Milan 2024 and Cortina 2026.
CPC has been the broadcast rights holder for the Paralympics since Sochi 2014 and is working with CBC/Radio-Canada and a host of partners to bring the excitement back to Canadians. In 2024 and 2026, CBC/Radio-Canada will play a larger role in awarding official broadcast rights to the Games. Canada National Public Radio will provide comprehensive coverage of the Paralympic Games via television, live broadcasts and digital platforms in English and French.
“We are very excited to build on our partnership with CBC/Radio-Canada for the 2024 and 2026 Games,” he said. Karen O’NeillCEO of the Canadian Paralympic Committee. “Broadcasting the Paralympics is incredibly important to highlight the incredible impact that sport can have and to the development of Paralympic sport around the world. CanadaTogether, we have taken many steps over the past few years to improve the quantity and quality of coverage. We look forward to continuing this great work with CBC/Radio-Canada over the coming years to celebrate and celebrate the amazing performances of Paralympians across the country with all Canadians. »
“We are proud to renew our commitment to delivering the best in sport through our partnership with the Canadian Paralympic Committee,” he said. Catherine Tate, President and CEO, CBC/Radio-Canada. ” like Canada The Paralympic Games Network is proud to bring fans watching Canada The Paralympians are talented and they compete on the world stage.
the Paris 2024 Paralympic Games August 28 to September 8, 2024 and the organization of the 2026 Winter Paralympics in Milan Cortina From 6 to 15 March 2026. More information about streaming plans will be available closer to the games.
About the Canadian Paralympic Committee: paralympic.ca
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For more information: Media contacts: Nicole Watts, Director of Public Relations, Canadian Paralympic Committee, [email protected] /613-462-2700; Joanna Landsberg, Radio-Canada Public Relations, [email protected] /647-628-4788; Mary Tetro, Radio Canada Public Relations, [email protected] / 514-949-9629