What’s harder than running The Amazing Race Canada: Heroes Edition? Why, live tweeting about it, as I’ll attempt to do Tuesday night starting at 8 p.m. ET/PT. Actually, that’s not very hard at all, although I am making it difficult by flying to Los Angeles Tuesday to attend a few days of the summer TCA

I don’t think I’ve ever tweeted anything that drew over 100 re-tweets before, but a rather simple observation is up around 155 “likes” Sunday morning (and incited about as many more unlikes from The Haters): Remarkable — any other broadcaster would have littered this showcase with promos and screen crawls #HipInKingston #CBCTheHip — Bill Brioux (@BillBriouxTV)

The Toronto Star has jumped out front on a story many of us have been keeping an eye on for weeks–George Stroumboulopoulos’ future with Hockey Night in Canada. A few weeks ago when I spoke with Sportsnet president Scott Moore at the Rogers upfront, he seemed to duck around the Strombo question. HNiC’s ratings were

Will Ferrell gave some of us a reason to stay till the end In this age of instant Twitter snark, it’s a wonder anybody agrees to host the Emmy Awards.Being in on Sunday night’s social network pile-on was an eye opener. Neil Patrick Harris got harsh reviews here and raves there and this just in

Stewart’s curse was that she looked like she could headline a CBC drama Being the top programming executive of the CBC is a little like being captain of the Toronto Maple Leafs. You spend most of your time defending, get jeered even when you score and are a target every time you take to the

This week on our weekly radio chat, CHML’s Scott Thompson asks if I think the media overreacted to the tragic, senseless shootings in Sandy Hook, Ct. I say no and here’s why: there was no bigger story in the last week and with the murder of so many children, viewers were anxious get get as