The PBS CIT news show, which airs weekly on Wednesday nights, has become a staple of Canada’s news and cultural lives.
It’s also a show that has become one of the most popular on the Internet.
Its popularity is partly due to its quality, and partly because it’s so accessible.
Its the kind of content that’s easy to access online, but which isn’t necessarily well-suited to the challenges of broadcasting in Canada.
“It’s really good to have an online platform for news, but it’s also important to have a real outlet for Canadians to come and watch news,” says Jason Macdonald, the CEO of the Canadian Broadcasting Corp., which owns the show.
“We’re in a very difficult position.”
Macdonald says the show’s popularity is down due to the increasing costs of broadcast TV, and its declining ratings.
“There’s no question that the Canadian public is becoming more and more cynical about news,” Macdonald said.
“I think there’s an increasing concern about the lack of quality news that is being broadcast.”
In 2015, the CBC was ordered to pay more than $1 million in legal fees to the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission over a dispute over the production of a program.
That lawsuit was settled last year, and the CBC has since taken steps to reduce costs and streamline its newsroom.
Macdonald has said that the show has been an important part of the CBC’s Canadian culture for decades.
But in the last few years, the show lost its popularity as the costs of operating the program became too great.
In 2015 and 2016, the program lost more than half its viewers, with many of those viewers turning to other services, including YouTube and other video streaming services.
The show’s ratings also began to decline in the 2016 election campaign, when it had its lowest ratings since 2010.
While the show is a staple on the CBC, it’s still difficult to get the programming online.
Macdon says that there’s a growing concern among many Canadians that the Internet is too expensive to be available on the platform.
“People are really scared of having access to it,” he said.
In Canada, there’s also an increased amount of interest in using online news, and a growing number of people are using their smartphones to access it.
The CBC’s recent announcement of its plan to digitize its news service comes amid a growing interest in online journalism and the rising costs of digital news content.
Last year, the broadcaster spent $1.6 billion to buy the New York Times Digital properties for $5.2 billion.
The deal comes as the Canadian media landscape continues to evolve, with more outlets and platforms moving online.
In 2018, the National Post’s online audience increased by 10 per cent year over year, while its online audience grew by 18 per cent in 2017.
The Post has also announced plans to move its online content to digital-first platforms.
“Digital is going to become the new home of news and the new digital home of content for a lot of Canadian content creators,” Macdon said.
However, it is also becoming increasingly difficult for online content creators to make a living in Canada, especially as their audience grows.
Macno says that while digital news is growing, the cost of producing news is falling.
“The cost of production and distribution is falling because of the growth of digital platforms,” he says.
“So we are going to continue to do what we do best, which is making sure that news is delivered to Canadians at the lowest cost.”
The CBC, Macdonald points out, is not the only one in the digital news space that has been hit by the decline in advertising revenue.
According to a report released in March, ad revenues from the online media market fell in Canada in 2017, with ad revenues falling by nearly one-third year over in 2017 compared to 2016.
The report found that digital news has also lost significant amounts of money in the years since it was launched, with digital revenue down by nearly 10 per to one per cent.
“In 2017, digital revenue dropped by one-quarter in Canada and by almost one-fifth in the United States,” the report said.
That decline is a worrying trend for the CBC as it tries to compete with a growing media landscape dominated by news organizations like the New Yorker and The New York Post.
But it is not as dire for Macdonald as it might seem.
“As long as we keep doing what we’re doing, I think the future is bright,” Macno said.
Macnos prediction for 2017: There will be some disruption in the news business.
But I think there will be no disruption in our CBC News and our news organization.
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