From Cameron Archer of URBMN:
- URBMN ‘Celebrates’ 75 Years of CBC!, Part One
CBC has a (quite boring) 75th anniversary site. The problem with official CBC functions like this is the sanitized history – here’s Mr. Dressup, here’s Wojeck, hello Peter Gzowski, and so on. I hope to counteract this state of boredom. Through the magic of flash video sites and recorded media, CBC’s true history is revealed. It’s a history full of failed shows, forgotten culture, ignored culture (CBC has a lot of the third option), and great shows CBC did nothing with. It’s the history CBC would rather people forget. CBC wants people to forget. Read more.
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