The story of Christine Jessop is a tragedy that went on to engulf not one but two families and ultimately entangle authorities and the justice system itself in controversy.
Director, News Content
As Director, News Content for Globalnews.ca, George Browne is responsible for the daily editorial, development and workflow for Global News digital properties, leading a team of national digital producers in both Toronto, Ottawa and across the country.
George has almost a quarter century’s worth of experience working with Global News at the local, national, and digital level. George is also the founding Executive Producer of Global National, helping develop Global’s nightly national newscast into a premier destination for Canadians from coast to coast.
George is also a passionate documentary filmmaker and broadcast journalism instructor at Centennial College. He has won more than a dozen national and international awards for his news and documentary work, and has earned five Gemini nominations.
This February and March, Global News is producing a special series — “Smart Money” — aimed at helping Canadians make smarter choices with their cash.
Your guide to the biggest stories in tech, health, science and entertainment–plus the videos everyone was watching in 2014.
It’s back to 1992 for employees of Sony Pictures in the wake of the cyber-attack that resulted in private emails being released.
A look at how the New York Rangers and the Montreal Canadiens match up ahead of the Eastern Conference final opening Saturday afternoon.
As the NHL playoffs head to the third round, the blood sport of politics dominated headlines. Managing editor, George Browne, takes a look back at the big news stories that shaped this week.
From the arrests in an alleged plot to blow up a Via Rail train, to the horrific collapse of a Bangladesh garment factory, Global News’ managing editor, George Browne, takes a look back at the big news stories that shaped this week. TERROR TRAIN PLOT With the fallout of the Boston Marathon bombings still resonating,…
From the Boston bombings to Trudeau attack ads and muzzled MPs, managing editor, George Browne, takes a look back at the big news stories that shaped this week.
From the frightful headwinds of April (huh?) to remembering the force of the Iron Lady, managing editor, George Browne, takes a look back at the twists, turns and shifts that defined this week in news.