A visit to Lyon last week got me thinking about how dominant religions absorb and erase competing rites and traditions. France’s second city has been…
Mr. Chambers, who led the team that came up with the CBC strategic plan just announced, appears to be a major part of that problem. The only viable strategy for the survival of our much–loved, much-criticized, and grievously afflicted CBC is for it to rediscover what it means to be a true public broadcaster, and to follow that path.
New research on the impact of national public broadcasters has the potential to inject a fresh theme into the ongoing discussions in this country around what to do about the struggling CBC/Radio-Canada.
fundamental to public broadcasting is its universal accessibility. Like medical care and formal education, it should be available to everybody, for the simple reason that everybody benefits from being part of a healthy, well-educated community
News on public service broadcasters like Canada’s CBC that feature advertising cannot avoid sacrificiing journalistic integrity ito ratings and audience share.