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Question 1: In the 1960s this film was cited as an inspiration by a group of filmmakers associated with the National Film Board of Canada, whose ________ project was part of Canada's War on Poverty.
Participatory videoChallenge for ChangeColin Low (filmmaker)Fogo Island, Newfoundland

Question 2: Examples include NAC TV in ________ and Télé-Mag in Quebec City.
WinnipegNeepawa, ManitobaCarberry, ManitobaBrandon, Manitoba

Question 3: A community channel, in Canadian broadcasting, is a television channel distributed by a local ________ company, that carries programming of local community interest produced by the cable company and by independent community groups.
Satellite televisionIPTVCable televisionShaw Direct

Question 4: Large companies may brand all of their community channels similarly — for example, all community channels operated by Rogers Cable are branded as Rogers TV, and ________'s stations are branded as TVCogeco.
Bell AliantShaw CommunicationsCogecoVidéotron

Question 5: The ________ required cable companies to provide public access on July 16, 1971.
CJOT-FMFox News ChannelCanadaCanadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission

Question 6: For instance, in Ottawa and some communities in ________, distinct channels serve the anglophone and francophone communities, while in Vancouver, Shaw Cable produces a multicultural programming channel in addition to the primary community channel.
New BrunswickCanadaOrganisation internationale de la FrancophonieLouisiana

Question 7: Community channels commonly broadcast a mix of public access and community service programming such as city council meetings, ________ broadcasts or local talk shows.
Sports clubOlympic GamesSportIreland

Question 8: A community channel is a form of community television, much like ________ in the United States and other forms of citizen produced content.
Public-access televisionFederal Communications CommissionPublic Broadcasting Service1984 Cable Franchise Policy and Communications Act

Question 9: In Canada, citizen media has roots going back to 1922 when filmmaker Robert Flaherty brought in an ________ hunter to participate in Nanook of the North.
Canada 2001 CensusInuitNunavutMétis people (Canada)


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