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quarta-feira, 6 de janeiro de 2016

The broadcast regulator wants to know

Is the CBC relevant? Does it meet the needs of Canadians? What kind of programming should the CBC provide, and what should it do differently?

If you’ve got a gripe or something good to say, now’s your chance.

And according to John Meisel,
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“The CRTC places enormous importance on public hearings,” he said. “If I learned one thing when I was chairman of the CRTC, it was the enormous importance in a democratic society of public hearings.

“This is a wonderful opportunity,
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And it didn’t take long for comments to begin rolling in Friday, with user tbloggins writing: “the heavily biased journalism, practised by the CBC,
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Others called for the CBC to be privatized,
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