From John Doyle of The Globe and Mail:
CRTC should listen to TV critics, just like everyone else
It seems to me that this – the so-called discoverability issue – is a circumstance in which new media can learn from old media. Critics matter. A third-party, independent assessment and recommendation drives viewers to a TV show. Some of the most popular columns written by yours truly are lists of shows to try on Netflix. Continue reading.
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