Don Newman est un journaliste et un animateur de télévision canadien. Il est l'éditeur en chef du journal politique quotidien de CBC Newsworld.

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  • Don Newman est un journaliste et un animateur de télévision canadien. Il est l'éditeur en chef du journal politique quotidien de CBC Newsworld.
  • Don Newman, CM (born 28 October 1940) is the former senior parliamentary editor for CBC Television and hosted CBC Newsworld's daily politics program CBC News: Politics.Born in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Newman began his career at CTV where he served as the network’s Washington correspondent from 1972 until 1976. In 1976, he moved to CBC and remained in Washington until 1979. He served two years as the Edmonton correspondent before moving to the parliamentary bureau in 1981. From 1981 to 1993, he was the host of CBC’s This Week in Parliament. In 1989, he began to host the daily Capital Report on the new Newsworld channel.He anchored major political events that affected Canadians on CBC Newsworld. Some of them include:Canadian federal electionsLeadership conventionsOpening of a new session of ParliamentVisits by world leaders, notably, American presidentsDuring George W. Bush's visit to Canada in 2004, Newman appeared on MSNBCElections in the United States, including U.S. presidential electionsState of the Union addresses by American presidentsState funeral of former U.S. president Ronald ReaganDuring the coverage of the state funeral, Newman got expert help in the commentary from former ambassador Allan Gotlieb, Canadian ambassador to Washington in Reagan's dayU.S. presidential inaugurationsDuring major political events in the United States, he anchored coverage of it from the Canadian Embassy in Washington. The only events he did not anchor from Washington were the State of the Union addresses and the state funeral of Reagan. He anchored coverage of both those events from the CBC Ottawa bureau, where his daily politics program is based.In 1998, Newman became the first recipient of the Charles Lynch Award for his outstanding coverage of national issues. In 1999, he was made a Member of the Order of Canada. On 14 September 2007, at a special convocation honoring the 40th Anniversary of his alma mater, the University of Winnipeg conferred on him an Honorary Doctor of Laws degree.Newman was widely known for his signature introductory phrase to the viewer "Welcome to the Broadcast", in which he enunciates the first syllable of the last word more slowly than the rest of the greeting.On 2 May 2009, Newman's retirement from CBC was announced.Don Newman made his final "Politics" broadcast on 19 June 2009. He retired at the end of June 2009. Newman stated that he will occasionally write cbc.ca articles, and file reports on TV. He has also promised the CBC that he will return for the 2011 federal election.
  • Don Newman é um jornalista estadunidense.
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  • Don Newman est un journaliste et un animateur de télévision canadien. Il est l'éditeur en chef du journal politique quotidien de CBC Newsworld.
  • Don Newman é um jornalista estadunidense.
  • Don Newman, CM (born 28 October 1940) is the former senior parliamentary editor for CBC Television and hosted CBC Newsworld's daily politics program CBC News: Politics.Born in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Newman began his career at CTV where he served as the network’s Washington correspondent from 1972 until 1976. In 1976, he moved to CBC and remained in Washington until 1979. He served two years as the Edmonton correspondent before moving to the parliamentary bureau in 1981.
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