Thursday, September 08, 2016

On This Day In Canadian History....

1952 - 
 After starting in French at Radio-Canada in Montréal two days earlier, CBC starts English-language broadcasting on CBLT-TV in Toronto beginning at 7:15 pm, to an audience of 146,000; the first show is 'Let's See', a preview of the night's events, followed by Percy Saltzman with the weather, John Conway in 'Uncle Chichimus', and at 8 pm, the opening ceremonies. Canada's First TV blooper also happens when a technician puts in an ID slide upside down.

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