Global TV EdmontonGlobal Edmonton (CITV-DT) is a television station in Edmonton, Alberta launched in 1974 by Dr Charles Allard. Now known on air as Global Edmonton, the station is now owned by Shaw Media, and is part of the Global Television Network.  CITV’s programming is similar to CICT-TV, its sister station in Calgary. CITV’s master control is also based out of CICT, along with all the rest of Shaw’s television stations.  The station currently produces a total of 45 hours of local newscasts each week; seven hours of news every weekday (consisting of a 3½ hour morning newscast, hour-long newscasts at noon and 6 p.m., and half-hour newscasts at 5 and 11 p.m.), and five hours on weekends (consisting of a three-hour Saturday morning newscast, two-hour Sunday morning news cast, an hour-long newscast at 6 p.m. and half-hour newscast at 11 p.m. on both Saturday and Sunday nights).


Global Edmonton’s newscasts and news anchors from the Global Edmonton website:

The Morning News with Shaye Ganam and Jennifer Crosby: Weekdays 5.30-9.00 AM

Wake up to our city’s most-watched morning newscast: the Morning News on Global Edmonton. Shaye Ganam and Jennifer Crosby will bring you all the stories that developed overnight, whether it happened in Edmonton or around the world. They’ll also let you know what’s happening later today. Weather specialist Mike Sobel has your forecast every 10 minutes. Lorraine Mansbridge takes you around our City of Champions. Plus: with Daintre Christensen on the ground and in the sky with the Global 1 helicopter, the Morning News brings you traffic coverage you won’t see anywhere else. And Angus Watt is up bright and early to watch the markets for you from National Bank Financial.


The Noon News Hour with Shaye Ganam and Jennifer Crosby: Weekdays at 12.00 PM

Get caught up on what’s happening in our city and beyond with the Noon News Hour on Global Edmonton. Shaye Ganam and Jennifer Crosby deliver a look at the day’s top stories, with an emphasis on what’s making news across our nation, and around our world. Chief meteorologist Nicola Crosbie has your complete weather forecast. Plus – Angus Watt from National Bank Financial will have a detailed look at the Markets & More.

The Early News with Gord Steinke: Weekdays at 5.00 PM

When news breaks, you’ll see it first on the Early News with Gord Steinke on Global Edmonton, which has become the region’s most-watched program in its timeslot. The Early News also features exclusive, in-depth interviews on a wide range of topics. Plus – chief meteorologist Nicola Crosbie has your first look at the weather forecast. Chris Hayden is up in Global 1 with a look at the afternoon commute. And every Friday, Todd James drops by with his Minute at the Movies.

The News Hour with Gord Steinke and Carole Anne Guay: Weeknights at 6.00 PM

The News Hour is the most-watched newscast in the Edmonton-area, brought to you by an award-winning news team. Gord Steinke and Carole Anne Guay lead a team of dedicated journalists to bring you complete coverage of Edmonton’s top stories and more – every weeknight at 6.00 on the News Hour. Chief meteorologist Nicola Crosbie has your six-day weather forecast and her exclusive Ground Force, a team of extreme weather spotters, is also keeping tabs on what’s happening weather-wise throughout Alberta. Kevin Karius brings you the stories from the world of professional sports and the Edmonton-area’s amateur sports scene. Plus: Edmonton’s Trouble Shooter Julie Matthews watches out for your welfare. He brings you exclusive investigations and exposes the latest consumer scams to helps you protect your hard-earned cash. Award-winning journalist Su-Ling Goh brings you inspiring stories and updates you on Edmonton’s medical breakthroughs in Health Matters. And whether you agree with him or not, Bob Layton will always have something to say in his nightly editorial.

News Hour Final with Nancy Carlson: Weeknights at 11.00 PM

Get the next day’s headlines – first – by watching News Hour Final, Edmonton’s most-watched late night newscast. Nancy Carlson gives a wrap-up of all the stories making news in our city and beyond, and you’ll always find out what stories developed during the evening. News Hour Final features Global Edmonton’s Night Watch reporter, our city’s only television journalist dedicated to covering the stories happening in Edmonton after the sun goes down. Plus – only weather specialist Duane English is keeping an eye on the weather where you live after dark. He’ll bring you Edmonton’s only live, late night weather forecast. News Hour Final also features Edmonton’s most complete sports report with Kevin Karius. He won’t just bring you the game highlights, but complete reaction from the players and coaches. And investment advisor Angus Watt from National Bank Financial has a nightly wrap-up of the Markets & More.

The News Hour: Weekends at 6.00 PM

A full one-hour package of Edmonton’s news, and provide you with coverage of the biggest stories making news across Canada and around the world. Dean Millard brings you all the highlights from the sporting world. Plus: Kevin O’Connell has a look at your weekend weather forecast.

The Weekend Morning News with Shane Jones:

Shane Jones anchors and produces Edmonton’s only live, local weekend morning newscast on Saturday and Sunday mornings. He’ll bring you the news that developed overnight here in our city and around the world. Kevin O’Connell has your updated weekend weather forecast.

News Final: Weekends at 11.00 PM

Edmonton’s most-watched weekend late night, local newscast, starting first at 11.00 PM. With all the news from here at home and around the globe, plus a look at what’s happened after the sun’s gone down. Dean Millard will have all of the action and scores from this weekend’s sporting events. And Kevin O’Connell will bring you a look at Edmonton’s late night weather picture.

Global Edmonton Newsroom:

Phone: 780-989-4684
Fax: 780-989-4686

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