Let's Talk TV: A conversation with Canadians
Phase 2 of Let’s Talk TV has begun. You are invited to provide your input on the tough choices to be made to Canada’s television system by filling out the Let's Talk TV: Choicebook.
Fill out Choicebook!
Choicebook is an interactive questionnaire based on the comments you submitted in Phase 1.
Choicebook is available until 8 p.m. EST March 14, 2014. You can request a paper copy of Choicebook by contacting us at:
- Telephone: 1-877-249-CRTC (2782)
- TTY: 1-877-909-CRTC (2782)
You are encouraged to fill out Choicebook, whether or not you participated in Phase 1. Share it with your friends and family. Seize the opportunity to tell us your thoughts about the future of Canada’s television system. Completing Choicebook should take about 30 minutes.
We thank you in advance for your participation!
Get up to speed on the conversation
Making the right choices about the future of the Canadian television system requires an understanding of the Canadian television viewing experience. Our official invitation explains why the CRTC is holding the conversation and our planned next steps.
You can consult documents related to Phase 1:
In the news
- Le CRTC veut repenser la télé canadienne (available in French only)
[ La Presse – February 19, 2014 ]
- Le CRTC lance un questionnaire sur l’avenir de la télévision (available in French only)
[ Le Devoir – February 19, 2014 ]
- CRTC head wants Canadian TV producers to take more risks as ‘edgy’ shows
[ Financial Post – February 18, 2014 ]
- CRTC seeks further public comment on broadcast rules with online survey
[ The Globe and Mail – February 18, 2014 ]
- CRTC expects to hear about NHL-Rogers deal in public consultations
[ Postmedia News – February 18, 2014 ]
Follow us on Twitter for the latest about Let's Talk TV. You can also send us a Tweet at @CRTCeng, hashtags: #TalkTV #CRTC.
CRTC Chairman, Jean-Pierre Blais took to Twitter on February 19, 2014 to answer your questions about the Let’s Talk TV initiative. View the transcript.
A Tweet Chat was held in French on the same day using the hashtag #Parlonstele.
Did you know Canadians watch 900 million hours of TV a week? That's over 28 hours per person each week.
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