Remi Racine named CBC/Radio-Canada chairperson
President and exec producer of Montreal-based indie video game developer Behaviour Interactive will serve five-year term.
Rémi Racine has been appointed as chairperson of the CBC/Radio-Canada board of directors for a five-year term, James Moore, Minister of Canadian Heritage and Official Languages, announced Tuesday.
“[Racine's] service as a member of this board for the last several years and extensive experience in business and administration will be of great benefit to CBC/Radio-Canada,” said Moore in a statement.
Racine was appointed to the board in 2007, then re-elected for a second four-year term last December.
He has served as board chairperson, president and exec producer of Montreal-based indie video game developer and interactive co Behaviour Interactive since 1999.