Category Archives: Broadcasting

Why Protest Goodwill?

Turning off the television. Tired of CBC ramping up things over potential protests in Quebec City, concerning the visit of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge. Yesterday, they tried to do the same thing with respect to the protests in … Continue reading

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Capitale Journée

Was on my way to work and flipping radio channels in the car. Suddenly hearing Richard Séguin’s “Journée d’Amérique”: Couldn’t believe it. Pivotal song from a pivotal album of the same title, from the 1980s. Getting into Richard Séguin originally … Continue reading

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Fa–ots and Ni–ers

The recent action of the Canadian Broadcast Standards Council, banning of Dire Straits’ “Money for Nothing” from the airwaves in Canada, has caused some to regard matters as censorship gone too far. The complete decision may be reviewed here. It … Continue reading

Posted in Broadcasting, Discrimination, Music, Radio | 3 Comments