Guy Dixon of the Globe and Mail presents more speculation on what a WGA strike could mean to the Canadian television (and film) industry:
- Writers’ strike good and bad news for Canada
“‘No doubt that a few empty slots in the U.S. would bode well for us and others in the Canadian production landscape with decent programming to sell,’ said Mary Darling, executive producer of Little Mosque.” Read more.
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