From Maryam Siddiqi of the National Post:
- Culture Club: TV’s CanCon conundrum
s Canadian TV not as popular as it should be because Canadian media ignore it? What if Canadian media critics wrote as much about homegrown TV — even the bad stuff — as they do about U.S. TV (especially the bad stuff, such as The Bachelorette or The Killing)? As Canadian programming fills airwaves this summer, wrapping up just as fresh U.S. programming fills fall schedules, we debate the state of the industry. The Post’s Maryam Siddiqi, deputy managing editor of the Features department, moderates this week’s Culture Club discussion. Read more.
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