CBC names Munro Cullen senior creative director

Shaw Media writer joins national broadcaster

Canada’s national broadcaster has hired Munro Cullen as senior creative director in its communications, marketing and brand division.

Munro Cullen

Munro Cullen

Prior to joining CBC, Cullen previously worked at Shaw Media as a senior copywriter and was the head writer for its upfronts.

Prior to that, Cullen worked at Alliance Atlantis as a promo producer and helped establish the media company’s in-house ad agency.

“I’m thrilled that Munro will be joining our communications, marketing and brand team, and have no doubt he will be a great addition to the department,” said Bonnie Brownlee, executive director, communications, marketing and brand, in a release.

“His ability to determine the best creative direction for whatever is put in front of him, along with his unwavering commitment to communicating concepts with originality and creativity have resulted in a proven track record for affecting change.”

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