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The music for ‘A Charlie Brown Christmas,’ composed by pianist Vince Guaraldi, is a major part of what endears viewers. (AP Photo/ABC, 1965 United Feature Syndicate Inc.)

Charlie Brown, Frosty and other ‘anti-heroes’ of TV specials: How holiday soundtracks inspire hope for a little more love

Annual holiday specials aren’t all fluffy nostalgia. While families enjoy these together, part of the attraction is how these shows’ soundtracks and plots acknowledge life’s compromised conclusions.
What hides behind the entertaining nature of your favourite talk shows? (Shutterstock)

The talk shows we love: Dignity-crushing machines?

Believed to be mere entertainment, talk shows can become human dignity-crushing machines. The consequences of the degrading techniques used can be devastating for the victims.
TVO employees and supporters are seen on the picket line outside of TVO offices in Toronto on Aug. 21, 2023. Dozens of workers at TVO have walked off the job. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Spencer Colby

TVO strike highlights the scourge of contract work in public service journalism

Although work in journalism has never been a safe bet, it’s now rife with deepening uncertainty. The TVO strike aimed at job security is a matter of public interest.
The ‘Paw Patrol’ balloon makes its way down Central Park West during the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade in New York, in November 2022. (AP Photo/Julia Nikhinson)

How Canada is a children’s TV powerhouse, from ‘You Can’t Do That On Television,’ to ‘Paw Patrol’

Two exhibits share stories of legendary Canadian children’s television. Examining this underappreciated and rich history will help ensure the industry is prioritized in policy decisions.

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