CBC president Catherine Tait compares Netflix to colonialism of the British and French empires

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    This is how State run media thinks. They fear Free Market access that circumvents all of the State Operatives they have on CBC who try and dictate to us the "news".

    Canada is the least diverse media in the G20, it's for a reason. Canada is a centrally controlled system, media is the one issue that Trudeau refused to give up in the new USMCA. Simply, Canada fears Canadians being educated and understanding what REAL liberty and capitalism is.

    There are too many Canadians who have the same story as I (with nobody to tell their story), many of them don't even know it...

    CBC president Catherine Tait compares Netflix to colonialism of the British and French empires
    OTTAWA — There are parallels to be drawn between the growing influence and availability of Netflix programming around the world and the colonialism of the British and French empires, CBC president Catherine Tait said Thursday.

    Tait compared Netflix’s rise across the globe to the “beginning of a new empire” during her appearance on a panel organized by the Canadian Media Producers Association in Ottawa, alongside Stephane Cardin, Netflix’s director of public policy for Canada.

    The content giant boasts on its website that its streaming service is available in virtually every country except China. Netflix says the company’s revenues grew 35 per cent in 2018 to US$16 billion.
     

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