OK, I'm confused.
Is our public broadcaster a media organization that impartially informs the public, or a public advocacy organization for influencing Canadian society?
On the one hand, it advocates for such social justice issues as working to stop bullying, and publishes stories like this one about a ventriloquist cop who teaches kids not to bully.
Yet, on the other hand, it has no qualms about publishing a news story about a video game that encourages players to become better at bullying.
So what I don't understand is, if the CBC is advocating to stop a certain behaviour, why give free publicity to a commercial venture that encourages it? Strikes me as rather inconsistent, if not disingenuous, to be doing both.
And it really makes me resent the tax dollars I am forced to donate to the CBC. I could put them to far better use on my own program ... where I take great pains to be consistent.