From Scott Stinson of the National Post:
- All-Canadian programming pays off for CBC
The CBC launched several new series in January. None have flopped. Some of the new series, the drama Arctic Air and the comedy Mr. D in particular, have repeatedly flirted with the one-million-viewers mark. Returning shows such as Republic of Doyle and Dragons’ Den have also pulled in strong ratings. The sum of all these parts, Stewart says, is “a better launch than any in recorded history at the CBC.” Read more.
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