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E.N.G. (Electronic News Gathering) is a show that deals with the personal lives of a group of newscasters in a newsroom at a fictitious Toronto news station. Ann Hildebrandt is the executive producer of the news at station CTLS-TV 10. She is having a secret affair with Jake Antonelli, the young hotshot cameraman. Her world is rocked with the arrival of Mike Fennell, the new News Director who has an eye for ratings. Their opinions clash, but they only have the best interests of the station and their workers in mind.
A fire, mono, and the looming arrival of a news director rounds out our introduction to the Channel 10 team. Then a hostage situation puts one of them in danger and leaves Ann facing an impossible choice.
The hostage situation suddenly spirals out of control and Jake is critically injured. The suspicious timing of the crisis points to a cover up at the mayor's office.
Channel 10 tries to fill a Special Segment. Mike's daughter, Carrie, drops by unexpectedly.
After Jake's son is attacked by a gang called the Tigers, Terri attempts to get the gang leader to share what he's all about.
An overturned truck full of hazardous materials brings a old friend of Ann's to town and he has a surprising proposition.
While Jake and Dan track a garbage scandal, the rest of the Channel 10 team deal with a disappearing source for a story about a struggling mayoral candidate.
Dan double books himself and fakes a story, but Terri finds out. Ann's father comes to visit and wishes Ann could spend more time with him.
After making it big in the States, a famous journalist comes home and joins the Channel 10 team. But can she keep her past from catching up with her?
Mike and Bobbi investigate a drug ring at a local gym. Jane is assaulted in the parking lot.
Dan gets a little too involved with the story of a battered woman whose husband is seeking parole. Workplace safety concerns are raised after it is learned that Channel 10 was built on an old dump.
Janice pitches a story on sweatshop workers trying to decertify their union. Jane talks UFOs.
Terri's contact on a construction sabotage story may not be what he seems. Seth thinks it would be a good idea to deliver the news walking instead of sitting.
Jake and Dan start a piece on ambulance drivers but get in trouble when a lawyer launches a nuisance suit against Jake. Mike's daughter, Carrie, hears he's looking for her and reconnects.
When CTLS reporter Janice Roberts is found dead, she is presumed to have committed suicide. Her brother Clark takes over her final story to get to the bottom of her death.
Jane convinces Mike to take part in a bachelor auction for charity but it brings him a little too close to a story.
Dan has difficulty reconciling two conflicting accounts of the Tiananmen Square massacre. Ann's old friend comes to stay and brings her two unruly children.
Clarke has another shot at a KKK story he botched several years before, but can he keep perspective? Martha is hired as a temporary researcher and Jake does not handle it well.
Dan's exclusive with a generous lottery winner leads to chaos.
Dan and Clarke work together on a story about the police and race relations but things get out of hand. Ann hits a woman who darts out in front of her car.
When negotiations break down, the reporters' union is locked out. Ann, Mike, and a reluctant camera crew have to do the news on their own.
Sherry Miller(Jane Oliver)
Theresa Tova(Marge Atherton)
Sara Botsford(Anne Hildebrandt)
George R. Robertson(Kyle Copeland)
David Cubitt(Bruce Foreman)
Mark Humphrey(Jake Antonelli)
Art Hindle(Mike Fennell)
Karl Pruner(Dan Watson)
Neil Dainard(J.C. Callahan)
James Millington(Seth Miller)
Jonathan Welsh(Eric MacFarlane)
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