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Join the conversation on why Canadians consume content in different ways

January 26, 2018

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We know you watch and listen…but why? Earlier this month, the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) launched a survey asking Canadians why we consume content in different ways. With more options to consume than ever before, this survey will help the CRTC complete their consultation on the future of programming distribution in Canada. Here are some of the questions that the CRTC is hoping to answer through this survey:
  • Why do many Canadians still watch traditional TV and listen to traditional radio?
  • Why do some Canadians watch and listen online only?
  • How important is programming made in Canada to Canadians?
We at Rogers are always looking for ways to ensure our customers are getting the best possible experience when consuming content. With so many options for how to watch and where to watch, we want to make sure great content that is produced and created here in Canada is treated equally – no matter who creates it, the type of content it is, and where it is distributed. This approach will help ensure the continued creation, production and distribution of Canadian programming. For more on Rogers’ Submission to the CRTC’s Future Programming Distribution Models Consultation, visit here. Now is the time for you to have your say! We encourage you to participate by filling out the survey before January 31, 2018.