Radio & Television

Reality TV picked up hockey viewers in 2004; teen viewing falls further

OTTAWA – Canadian hockey fans didn't really get off their fannies during the 2004-05 National Hockey League strike. They just found other things to watch, says Statistics Canada today. In its report on 2004 Canadian viewing habits, Statscan found that the lack of hockey meant viewers spent 6.5% of their television viewing time tuned into sports in the fall of 2004, down from 8.2% in 2003. The report assumes that was due to the strike. People were also spending less time watching programs with Canadian content, with viewer time falling to 37.2% in 2004 from 40.2% a year earlier, which...

Our industry and COVID-19

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