EST. 1903 - Presenting global influential leaders from business, labour, education & government through events
Aldred, Joel W.
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Ways of looking at the future of television; ways to assess it. A number of variables, common to most businesses, upon which the future is dependent. The importance of the general economic climate. The demands of organized labour. The number of TV sets in use. Rating systems. Competition. The C.B.C. Programming. The American networks. Canadian content. Alertness to change. Colour television. The situation with regard to the Musicians Union. Leadership. A detailed discussion of these and other factors affecting the future of Canadian television.