Attempting to assess what the future might hold for Irish broadcasters and producers, especially in the light of digital and multimedia developments and of increasing competition, I recently paid a visit to Ontario and Quebec, two adjacent provinces of Canada. It is a country where audiovisual matters have long been taken seriously. Canada's proximity to the U.S. 'elephant', as that neighbour is sometimes known, concentrates the northern state's collective mind on survival strategies. Previous trips to Canada, including attendance at the Toronto Film Festival and participation as a guest in the Banff Television Festival in Alberta, had induced in the author an admiration for the practical ways in which Canadians have responded to audiovisual challenges.
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"Maple and Shamrock: Seeking a Strategy for Survival in the Audiovisual Jungle,"
Irish Communication Review:
1, Article 1.
Available at: https://arrow.tudublin.ie/icr/vol7/iss1/1