Graeme McRanor of 24 Hours isn’t impressed with the state of Canadian television and interviews Ryerson University media writing professor Michael Coutanche about the economics of producing homegrown shows versus buying foreign content:
- Warning: This article contains Canadian content
“Don’t get me wrong. When it comes to All Things Canadian, nobody flies the flag higher than me. But when it comes to Canadian television, sometimes I’d rather just set it on fire. Maybe we could make a documentary about it. We’re good at those.” Read more.
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