From Danny Globerman of CBC News:
Link: TVO dropping over-the-air transmission outside Toronto
Ontario’s public broadcaster is about to become less available to the public.
TVO is eliminating its over-the-air signal, except in Toronto, on July 31 in an effort to save $1 million a year.
“This announcement reflects the reality of today’s media environment,” said TVO Chief Executive Officer Lisa de Wilde in a news release.
“TVO has to make tough choices about where to allocate resources in order to move forward with the strategic priorities of digital learning and high-quality current-affairs journalism, as well as cover inflationary pressures.” Continue reading.
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