I’m not even sure who watches television any more.
Most of us stream content these days, and much of that content isn’t even Canadian. So why is our Federal government still spending millions of tax dollars subsidizing traditional media?
That’s a question Mélanie Joly, Canada’s new heritage minister, is asking Canadians. Yesterday she announced an open consultation “to strengthen the creation, discovery and export of Canadian content” in a new digital world. She told the CBC,
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As we adjust to the realities of rapid technological advances and changing consumer behaviour, I am launching consultations to better understand the challenges