Grant Robertson of the Globe and Mail discusses the report The Future of Television in Canada, to be discussed by network executives at the upcoming Banff World Television Festival:
- Internet won’t kill the TV star, but it could cause disruptions
“One hurdle holding back the change, however, is that Canadian networks have so far been unable to secure the online rights to the top prime-time shows, which are mostly U.S. programs.”
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