The Heritage Minister doesn’t seem to understand his own plan for regulating the internet (or not), so we break it down for you. And a group that doesn’t exist just ran a major political ad campaign in the country’s top newspapers. The National Post’s Chris Selley co-hosts.
How the CBC is losing friends and alienating Canadians
More details have emerged about Warren Kinsella’s secret work to expose Maxime Bernier as a racist. And what’s at stake as the CBC renegotiates its licence to broadcast in Canada?
Are we really considering CanCon for the internet?
Former CBC exec Richard Stursberg tells Jesse all about it.
Did a viral video actually show all the ugliness, racism, division, and indecency of the current moment, or did it show all the ugliness, racism, division, and indecency of the current moment? And look out! Big Government is coming for your Netflix.
Paul Tadich compares his time working at Global TV to a “news sweatshop”.
Canada’s broadcast regulator has put forward a proposal to tax everything from porn to podcasts to help pay for CanCon.
Documents obtained by CANADALAND reveal a plan to create a not-for-profit corporation responsible for maintaining a blacklist of alleged pirate sites.
It’s a brutal time for the Canadian television industry and it’s about to get worse.
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