From Gayle MacDonald of the Globe and Mail:
- TV partnerships are great â€“ until they’re not
“The pullout of NBC now leaves CTV to decide if it will fly solo and order a second season of The Listener , sans the U.S. broadcast-licence fee, which ranges from $300,000 to $500,000 an episode (with the remainder of the per-show cost funded by CTV, the Canadian Television Fund and tax credits). So far, Canada’s largest conventional broadcaster has remained mum on the subject.” Read more.
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