Marc Carpentier is a Canadian broadcast specialist based in Tokyo, Japan, currently working as advisor, reporter, narrator and talent instructor at NHK's World News Division, NHK World, NHK Global Media Services and JIB-TV. His professional experience spans more than 42 years as journalist, anchor, announcer, producer, writer, actor and voice artist, including 15 years with CBC.

Marc has worked at major radio and television networks in Canada's main cities of Montreal, Toronto, Ottawa and Vancouver as program host, reporter and producer. He was a founding member and principle VJ of MusiquePlus, and program host at MuchMusic TV.

He is the writer, director and producer of the acclaimed 2008 documentary film “Robert Lepage - From Quebec to Tokyo”, aired on Canada’s ARTV.

Marc is also a popular commercial voice artist and narrator of award-winning documentaries and corporate video productions. At NHK Radio-Japan, he has co-hosted weekly magazines and anchored news programs. He narrates major TV and film documentaries and is a writer for TV news and other programs. He has written, produced and narrated special radio documentaries and hosted various radio and television programs. He files special radio reports for CBC/Radio-Canada and has contributed to major newspapers such as Le Devoir and La Presse. He also teaches announcing, performance and writing skills.

Marc Carpentier's artistic engagements include performances with the Orpheus Operatic Society in Ottawa, the Greater Vancouver Operatic Society, the Burnaby Lyric Opera, and the Sendai Philharmonic Orchestra.