Radio & Television

CRTC orders CSI: New York off History Television, writers say

TORONTO – The CRTC has ordered History Television to stop airing CSI: New York because the show is not historical, says the Writers Guild of Canada, which filed a complaint with the commission seven months ago. The WGC says the regulator has given History Television until Jan. 1, 2008 to pull CSI: New York from its schedule, where it currently airs at least twice a day. The WGC says the CRTC initially agreed with the guild that the show does not meet the channel’s mandate to air programs of historical significance to Canadians, but it gave owners Alliance Atlantis a...
 

Our industry and COVID-19

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