The Future of Audio and Video Programming in Canada: What Will Come Next?
Music, Podcasts, TV, Radio, Videos and Everything in Between
The Internet has expanded the ways we access content but the traditional ways still exist. Whether it’s on your TV, laptop, phone, streamed through your car, or over-the-air – content is everywhere.
We want to know how you want to access audio and video content in the coming years, and how you think these changes might impact the Canadian broadcasting and telecommunications markets. Your comments and ideas will help us provide advice and guidance to the Department of Canadian Heritage.
Dec 6, 2017 to Jan 31, 2018
Phase 2 – Pushing the conversation further
Fill out our survey!
We want to know:
- why you listen to the radio
- why you use streaming apps to listen to music
- why you stream almost exclusively online to watch your favorite shows; or
- why you still watch TV the traditional way.
Fill out our survey, and help us understand how you consume content and WHY!
We’ve also published a reference document to help guide the conversation during this phase of the consultation. It’s full of important data and info to help us understand how video/audio consumption habits have changed in the past years.
Have a look at this interesting info and share your comments and ideas on it! Help us understand even more how Canadians consume content and why we adopt certain habits.
Oct 12 to Dec 1, 2017
Phase 1 – Laying the Foundation
During this phase, we reached out for your initial thoughts on questions about the future of programming. You can read the comments we received to see what others also think about these issues.
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