From Scott Stinson of the National Post:
- CanCon on the Croisette at Mipcom
Canada is squarely among the sellers. There are examples of homegrown television being sold abroad — distributors have posters for series such as Call Me Fitz, Rookie Blue, Haven and Good Dog prominently displayed among their wares — but the core of Canada’s international television sales remains its children’s programming. Among this genre, and this can’t be stated plainly enough since we are a people that continue to use the phrase “for a Canadian show” as a routine qualifier, Canada is a juggernaut. Read more.
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