Focus on the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation's Costs of Operation
— Published on July 31, 1985
This study is a comparison of the relative costs of the CBC-owned television stations and those of other private television stations.
In summary, the CBC-owned stations had costs which were much higher than those of private CBC affiliate stations or those of stations affiliated with other networks. The CBC-owned stations also appeared to be doing an inferior job selling their advertising messages compared to the private stations, although this result was not nearly as powerful as the cost comparisons.
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