See also Television and Canadian Culture.
Bart Beaty; Rebecca Sullivan. Canadian Television Today. University of Calgary Press. 2006. 168pp.
Richard Collins. Culture, Communication, and National Identity: The Case of Canadian Television. University of Toronto Press. 1990. 367pp.
Herschel Hardin. Closed Circuits: The Sellout of Canadian Television. Douglas & McIntyre. 1985. 339pp.
David Hogarth. Documentary Television in Canada: From National Public Service to Global Marketplace. McGill-Queen's University Press. 2003. 200pp.
Andrew Stewart, William H. N. Hull. Canadian Television Policy and the Board of Broadcast Governors, 1958-1968. University of Alberta. 1994. 360pp.
Mary Jane Miller. Turn Up the Contrast: CBC Television Drama Since 1952. UBC Press. 1987. 429pp.
Michael Nolan. CTV: the Network that Means Business. University of Alberta. 2001. 405pp.
Frank W. Peers. The Public Eye: Television and the Politics of Canadian Broadcasting, 1952-1968. University of Toronto Press. 1979. 459pp.
F. B. Rainsberry. A History of Children's Television in English Canada, 1952-1986. Scarecrow Press. 1988. 308pp.
Lorna Roth. Something New in the Air: The Story of First Peoples Television Broadcasting in Canada. McGill-Queen's University Press. 2005. 300pp.
Marsha Ann Tate. Canadian Television Programming Made for the United States Market: A History with Production and Broadcast Data. McFarland. 2007. 440pp.
Peter Trueman. Smoke and Mirrors: The Inside Story of Television News in Canada. McClelland and Stewart. 1980. 218pp.
Morris Wolfe. Jolts: The TV Wasteland and the Canadian Oasis. Lorimer. 1985. 139pp.
R. Brian Woodrow; Kenneth B. Woodside (editor). The Introduction of Pay-TV in Canada: Issues and Implications. Institute for Research on Public Policy. 1982. 240pp.
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