Mark Starowicz

Mark Starowicz, ( ; born September 8, 1946) is a Canadian journalist and producer.

Born in Worksop, England, the son of Polish émigrés, he and his family immigrated to Montreal in 1954. He attended Loyola High School and received a B.A. from McGill University in 1968. In 1964, he started as a reporter for the ''Montreal Gazette''. He moved to the ''McGill Daily'' in 1968 and to the ''Toronto Star'' in 1969.

From 1970 to 1979, he was a producer for CBC Radio and was responsible for revamping ''As It Happens'' and creating ''Sunday Morning''.

From 1982 to 1992, he was the executive producer of the CBC Television newsmagazine program, ''The Journal''. From 1992 to 2015, he was an executive documentary producer for the CBC. He was the executive producer of the 2000 mini-series, ''Canada: A People's History'', and served as head of the CBC Documentary Unit. In 2004, McClelland & Stewart published his book, ''Making History: The Remarkable Story Behind Canada: A People's History'' (), about his experiences.

After overseeing documentary production at the CBC since 1992, Starowicz announced he would leave the organization in July 2015. He planned to launch his own independent production company, Grand Passage Media, which will specialize in documentaries. Provided by Wikipedia
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