From Konrad Yakabuski of the Globe and Mail:
- Has Rad-Can killed its golden goose?
“Radio-Canada’s success is such a source of envy to the ratings-challenged programmers at its sister network, the CBC, that they continually try to copy it. It never works, Quebec being a culturally distinct entity whose citizens actually crave local content. Still, the CBC honchos, who fancy themselves network executives rather than make-work bureaucrats, never seem to be discouraged by their failures, since those only seem to be rewarded with more taxpayer dollars. ” Read more.
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