Bill Brioux: critic; typist

One of the leading voices reporting on the television industry, Bill is a featured columnist and commentator appearing regularly in major print, broadcast and digital sources across Canada, including The Toronto Star, Zoomer, the CBC and CTV.

Additionally, in his work as a moderator and consultant, he contributes session content for industry brands including MIPCOM, the Banff World Media Festival, and the Toronto Jewish Film Festival.

Now in its 15th year, Bill’s popular digital journal remains a trusted industry source for outspoken critical writing and breaking news.

He can be heard weekly on “briouxtv: the podcast”, interviewing everyone from Malcolm McDowell and Anne Murray to Rick Mercer, Jay Baruchel, Jann Arden, Eric McCormack, Hamza Haq, Kristin Kreuk and author Ira Wells (“Norman Jewison: A Director’s Life”).

As founder of The TV on Film Project, Bill shares screenings of rare, 16mm prints of Canadian and American television with industry insiders.

A senior member of the Television Critics Association of North America (TCA), he continues to build strong dialogue with leading newsmakers and influencers from content groups around the world.