This week Anthony, Diane and Greg discuss just what will be available when Shomi launches Nov. 4 for Shaw and Rogers customers, the implications of Vice building its own studio in Toronto and launching a channel with an aim to target millennials. Also on tap: is television on the cusp of its first-ever indie scene, the Canadian International Television Festival is just over a week away and we’re still not sure what’s happening there, and Murdoch Mysteries reaches an impressive milestone.
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