Alex Strachan of CanWest Media does a little more than reprint the CTV media release:
- ‘Idol’ producer lashes out at voters
“In a recent interview with CanWest News, Idol judge Jake Gold suggested that Toronto is not alone: The major centres rarely do well in Idol voting. Gold noted that Vancouver and Montreal have also been traditionally under-represented on Idol’s national stage. Gold hypothesized that there are more cultural distractions in Canada’s big cities than in regional areas.”
One thought on “In the news: Canadian Idol not as popular in major cities”
That is good news. As I said yesterday
I’m glad to hear that Toronto doesn’t vote, now I’m glad for Vancouver and Montreal as well. It sounds to me like citities with legitimate, thriving music scenes aren’t bothering with Canadian (flash in the pan) Idol
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