From Bill Brioux of the Canadian Press:
- Big TV finales have aired … time to roll out the Canadian content
It seems more and more that Canadian-made programming is a cottage industry, in that it only airs when Canadians are at the cottage. During the regular season, September through May, the shows that Canadian programmers buy in Hollywood get all the best time slots and marketing muscle. Read more.
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