Critical Writing Index

All in the Family: An Examination of Community Access Cable in Canada

by Dot Tuer

Fuse, Spring 1994, v. 17, no. 3, pp. 22-30

An editorial examining the truths, troubles and bloody annoyance of community access cable in Canada. Looking at the contents of their programming, its restricting inaccessability towards video artists and the reasons being why television in general has been lacking in creative quality.

ITEM 1994.079 – available for viewing in the Research Centre

Videos, Artworks and Artists Cited

Squeezing Sorrow from an Ashtray (1992)Steve Reinke

Breasts, Boobs and Bazoombas (1993)Karen Poce

Complications, Part OneKika Thorne

The Gina ShowJohn Anderson

Three Hundred DollarsEldon Garnet

Living With AIDSMichael Balser