thepatriot Posted July 31, 2005 Share Posted July 31, 2005 I definately feel the same way, but honestly after working in the industry my passion now borders on frustration and yes financial aspects are the major focus for any network like it or not. Unfortunately the complaints to most audience relations quickly find their way to the garbage file on the computer......if it's constructive and positive it's more likely to find its way to a producers or managers desk. My boss always used to tell me, "don't come to me with your problem unless you have a solution." I understand your frustration and point on the fishing and what-have-you, but those type of shows are not produced by Sportsnet, therefore very cheap to produce and if it's sponsored, it's already making a profit...so again $$$ is the bottom line. I know this point really does not matter, but as pissed off as we get at times there is still more free professional soccer live in this country than anywhere in Europe. A couple of months ago I had some friends over from London and unless they subsribe to a Sky or BBC sports package they certainly don't get up to five games a week on cable. It's tough not to think the glass is half empty sometimes. (sigh) Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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