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Tag Archives: CBC
Why arguments about Hockey Night in Canada’s place as a staple of our cultural diet shouldn’t matter. The decision the CBC must make when it comes to HNIC is one of common sense — and cents. Continue reading
Why, despite my dislike of Don Cherry, I refuse to call for his firing. Instead, disgusted fans should simply change their viewing habits and turn Cherry’s employment status into a business decision — not a moral one — for the CBC. Continue reading
In our modern world, many announcers think that they are the spectacle. But how much better could it be if we let sport speak for itself? Continue reading
When the high point of your broadcast history is Bruno Gerussi, perhaps it’s time for the CBC to look to its wildly successful sister station SRC for inspiration. Continue reading