Today, CBC/Radio-Canada shares its contribution to the Government’s public consultation on the future of Canadian content in a digital world.
“A strong public broadcaster is at the heart of successful creative economies around the world”, said Hubert T. Lacroix, President and CEO of CBC/Radio-Canada. “We believe that CBC/Radio-Canada can be that anchor for Canada’s cultural ecosystem. Today, we’re proud to share our vision for the future and start a conversation about how Canadian culture can thrive in the digital world.”
Read the digital summary here: future.cbc.ca.
Canada should develop a cohesive cultural investment strategy, engaging all of the countries creators and creative industries, similar to what Britain accomplished with its “Creative Britain” initiative.
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