From Andrew Ryan of the Globe and Mail:
- U.S. strike may deliver Canadian TV homeruns
“The bill for the U.S. TV writers’ strike finally arrived. In this country, we’ll barely feel the pinch. Viewers will experience some changes in the weeks ahead, but any reduction in service will seem less pronounced on Canadian screens, where the winter forecast includes both frantic U.S.-network strike programming and worthy homegrown programs. Think of it as having the best of both worlds.” Read more.
Plus, Andrew Ryan takes questions live online Monday.
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