Oh look, it’s some clueless old men in suits… and also Michael Geist.

If you’re pressed for time, scrub ahead and start watching at the 27:49 mark to see:

  • Ian Morrison proclaiming that there’s insufficient bandwidth to watch television online. O RLY? Here, let me Google that for you
  • Norm Bolen talk about increased ad revenues from US programming, like that’s a good thing for Canadian content…?
  • (best of all) Norm’s head on the verge of ass-ploding as #copyfight superstar Michael Geist talks about his own TV viewing habits.

If you’re not familiar with the current fee-for-carriage war between cable companies and broadcasters in this country, this essay echoes my own feelings on the matter.

Anyway, another win for The Agenda!

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