Saturday, June 18, 2011

What Do You Think Of The CBC?

Not that they really want to know (they always think they know best) but apparently they need user feedback for their license renewal hearing:
OTTAWA - 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 it's a rare chance at that for Canadians to stand up for, or sound off against the public broadcaster that receives $1.1 billion from taxpayers every year.

The Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission, the country's broadcast regulator, launched an online consultation Friday until July 18 ahead of the public broadcaster's licence renewal hearing in September.
So here's a chance to remind them of how they treat the pro-life, pro-family, common sense Conservative public; of their arrogance and sense of politically correct entitlement; of their constant understating of the March for Life turnaround and of their direct involvement in political campaigns - not as mere journalists, but as the driving force of the "media party"...

They claim that they make positive contribution to the Canadian economy. Is that really so? Check out this video and see for yourself.

So let's use the opportunity, and let the national broadcast regulator know what we think of the taxpayer-funded media powerhouse.

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