From John Doyle of the Globe and Mail:
- Canadian TV has to be saved from itself
This is all good. Mind you, it is hardly enough. The academy needs to save Canadian television from itself. The Canadian industry, as seen through the prism of the Gemini Awards, became self-regarding, delusional and outright hostile to the public and the press. The number of press releases trumpeting the triumph of a Gemini Award, an award utterly disregarded by the public and scorned by the press, was almost as laughable as the number of categories created by the academy. Read more.
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