Podcast
Scott Neigh | Cathy Edwards talks about the work of Canadian Association of Community Television Users and Stations to radically change the community broadcast media landscape in Canada.
Columnists
Rick Salutin | It's delightful how change -- of an encouraging sort -- happens. Just when you thought TV was an eternal cesspool, along comes this year's Emmys with its fine array.
News
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Kathy Bullock | Canada used to be known as a country of peace-keeping committed to upholding international law. But now?
News
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Catherine Edwards | The modern cable industry is not community-TV friendly, so a not-for-profit is proposing to take over community TV from Videotron.
Columnists
Rick Salutin | Mad Men starts its final season on Sunday. It's ironic that it happens at a time of serious decline for advertising itself, which for over a century was the linchpin of the capitalist system.
News
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Peter Driftmier | Peter Driftmier's brother died on a TV set. In this report Driftmier investigates worker safety on factual television programs.
News
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Meagan Perry | Get ready to cancel your cable. New network takes extraordinary step of hiring a number of Canada's embattled or disgraced politicians to staff pay-per-episode programming.
Blog
David Christopher | Big Telecom is running scared of cord-cutters and is doing what it takes to block them from watching their favourite shows online.
Columnists
Rick Salutin | Consider this column a Canadian afterparty for last weekend's 50th anniversary show of Doctor Who. In a charming film prelude, the final acting credit reads, "Bryan Cox as Sydney Newman."
Podcast
Hoda Elatawi on Film and Tv Production
David Peck, Hoda Elatawi | Hoda talks about her life as a film and TV producer, why math can be fun and how her new documentary, Muneeza and the Middle, changed her life and made her realize that we are all so very connected.
Columnists
Rick Salutin | In an age like ours, where crass, self-seeking behaviour by the rich and mighty is more overt than it once was, a sense of vile underlying impulses may grow even stronger.
News
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Charles Demers | Gandolfini's tragically premature death wasn't "celebrity news" -- it was a gutting loss from the world of art.