Monthly Archives: October 2012

Can-Con — and the lessons of Johnny Canuck

Last time I wrote about Can-Con rules — regulations that obligate Canadian broadcasters to devote a certain (minimum) amount of their time to Canadian-made shows (or songs in the case of radio). And before we move on, I wanted to … Continue reading

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Can-Con Under Attack — Again!

It’s a funny ol’ world. Just as I was prepping a blog post which, in a sense, was taking a slightly optimistic view of Canadian movies & TV, suggesting some — few — advances are being made…I came upon an … Continue reading

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