Whats on TV? In Canadian Television Today, authors Bart Beaty and Rebecca Sullivan explore the current challenges and issues facing the English-language television industry in Canada. Television in Canada has long been one of the principal conduits of national identity. But has it kept pace with the rapidly changing landscape of Canadian culture? After presenting an overview of the main issues and debates surrounding the Canadian small screen, Beaty and Sullivan offer their suggestions for the future of the medium. They argue that in today's globalized world, Canadian television should be a more fitting reflection of Canada's multicultural society, embracing a broader range of languages, cultures, and viewing strategies. Visualizing the potential reach of a revitalized industry, Beaty and Sullivan convincingly illustrate the promise and possibility of Canadian television that serves the cultural needs of all its citizens.TV Guide, April 3, 6. Neihart, Ben. 2005. a... OMG! ... Available: http://www.friends. ca/News/Friends_News/archives/articles09080401. asp aNew shows finally falling into place.a 2000. Toronto Star, September 19, F5. Oldenburg, Ann. 2005.
|Title||:||Canadian Television Today|
|Author||:||Bart Beaty, Rebecca Sullivan|
|Publisher||:||University of Calgary Press - 2006|