CBC News Network showcases the best of CBC journalism, covering stories with speed, and adding context and meaning along the way. Live from our bureaus across Canada and around the world. CBC News Senior Investigative Correspondent Diana Swain anchors.
Runtime: 120 minutes
CBC News Network with Diana Swain - CBWT-DT - Netflix
CBWT-DT, virtual channel 6.1 (UHF digital channel 27), is a CBC Television owned-and-operated television station located in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. The station is owned by the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, as part of a twinstick with Ici Radio-Canada Télé outlet CBWFT-DT (channel 51 Virtual Channel 3.1), which is operated through its Société Radio-Canada arm. The two stations share studios located on Portage Avenue and Young Street in Downtown Winnipeg, and CBWT's transmitter is located near Red Coat Trail/Highway 2 in Macdonald. This station can also be seen on Shaw Cable and MTS TV channel 2, and Bell TV channel 226. There is a high definition feed offered on Shaw Cable digital channel 209, MTS TV channel 416, and Bell TV channel 1090. On Shaw Direct, the channel is available on 332 (Classic) or 032 (Advanced), and in high definition on channel 028 (Classic) or 528 (Advanced). CBWT can also be seen on several cable systems in northeast North Dakota and northwest Minnesota including cities such as Grand Forks, North Dakota and Bemidji, Minnesota. It is the only CBC Television station in the province of Manitoba, since Brandon station CKX-TV closed on October 2, 2009; since approximately 1998, it has been available on cable in Brandon on digital channel 62, and since the demise of CKX-TV, it can now be seen on analogue cable channel 6.