John Doyle of the Globe and Mail isn’t crazy about Richard Stursberg’s CBC as coffeeshop analogy:
How do you take your CBC?
“Can it possibly be meant literally? That means humdrum-populist, rehashed and formulaic television, programming that cannot in any way be distinguished from commercial broadcasters. It means the absence of creativity and risk-taking, which are the hallmarks of public broadcasting, anywhere.” Read more.
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