Bill Morgan (producer)
Morgan immigrated to Canada from Great Britain (originally from Australia) in 1967. In the late 1960s, he was editor of the Brandon Sun newspaper.
Morgan was part of an internal CBC task force that met in July, 1979 to study moving The National to 10 p.m. Later that year he was also involved in the CRTC application for the proposed CBC-2 service. The National was moved to 10 p.m. in January 1982, however the application for a second CBC television network was denied in early 1981.
In the early 1990s Morgan became the CBC's ombudsman.
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