EDMONTON, Nov. 2 /CNW Telbec/ - Super Channel is pleased to announce its
creative development dream team, drawing from top talent across the country.
In a move bucking the trend of consolidation in Canadian television,
Super Channel has established creative development representatives in each
province to stay close to the industry that will give it truly Canadian
"We are following through on the commitment we made to the CRTC and
Canadian independent producers to be in their community and incorporate their
views and ideas into our decision-making process," said Nic Wry, Super
Channel's National Creative Development Representative. "With a person based
in their province, each producer will have a much closer link to Super Channel
than has ever been possible with a network."
Joining Super Channel from East to West are: Anna Petras (Newfoundland);
Ray Wilson (New Brunswick); Geoff Le Boutillier (Nova Scotia); Cheryl Wagner
(Prince Edward Island); Peter Landecker (Quebec); Marguerite Pigott (Ontario);
Melissa Kajpust (Manitoba); Will Dixon (Saskatchewan); Glynis Whiting
(Alberta); and Maureen Levitt (British Columbia).
About Super Channel
Super Channel is Canada's only national pay television network,
consisting of two new HD channels, four new SD channels and an SVOD platform,
giving viewers what they want, when they want. Super Channel's vision is to
reinvent Pay TV in Canada by offering a broad range of movies and series never
seen before on Canadian television. Super Channel is owned by Allarco
Entertainment Inc., an Edmonton-based media company.
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Communications Inc., (613) 290-1497