City TV

  • February 8, 2024: City News Vancouver Corrects Article Which Referred To Pre-1948 Israel As “Palestinian Land”
  • Aug 14 2009: Report stated “At least 11 people were killed at clashes between Israeli troops and protestors in a site at Israel’s controversial separation barrier in the West Bank.” Correction stated “11 were hurt, not killed.”
  • Mar 17 2008: According to a City TV Producer: “Our editorial writer made an honest mistake in referring to an “Israeli annexation of Gaza” from Egypt in 67. I have conducted a formal review and have instructed our staff to be more vigilant and more careful to ensure that simple editing errors do not occur.”
  • Dec 12 2007: According to a City TV Producer: “Thank you for your email and for bringing this to my attention. Let me assure you that the information presented in our broadcast was in no way intended to mislead viewers. It was presented based on information put forward by the trusted news sources we use everyday. I accept your concern that our choice of wording could be interpreted as having a pro-Palestinian slant. This was not our intended purpose and I regret if it caused any distress. CityNews International always strives to provide a neutral perspective. As your email suggests, precision of language is essential to our presentation. While I cannot provide an on-air correction or clarification, I can assure you that your concerns are being taken very seriously. CityNews International always welcomes input from our viewers. We once again acknowledge and thank you for your concern. We have taken steps to avoid sliding into similar grey areas in the future. Thank you once again for presenting us with your viewpoint.”
  • Oct 14 2007: According to a City TV Producer: Apology – “Thank you for your email and for drawing my attention to this. The information in question came to us from Reuters, one of our most trusted news sources. In this case, as your message suggests, it appears the information was not as precise as it should have been. I regret if this upset you or any members of your organization. I can assure you that we always strive for fair, balanced and accurate coverage. We always welcome the opportunity to have a one-on-one dialogue with our viewers. I can only express my regrets once again and assure you that no offense was intended. We thank you for bringing this fine detail to our attention. I have informed the City News International crew. Every care will be taken in the future to make this very delicate distinction.”