Radio & Television

CTV sticks with stable of hits for fall, moves reality shows to CTV Two

TORONTO – At the last of the big networks’ “upfront” presentations this week, CTV unveiled a fall broadcast schedule Thursday that’s heavy on returning highly-rated hit shows and light on new additions.  “Consistent” was the key word the network used to describe its fall lineup, which is anchored by the country’s number one-rated comedy, drama, reality series, new series and newscast of the year. CTV says it has “strategically” selected just four new big-buzz dramas, two new comedies, and one new unscripted series to add to its primetime schedule this fall. “Year-after-year, CTV offers programming consistency and durability not found...
 

Our industry and COVID-19

We've gathered a number of links where Canadian cable, radio, television, telecom and wireless companies have posted their responses to the Covid-19 pandemic.