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Sunday Edition (television series)

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Sunday Edition (television series)

Sunday Edition
Format Public affairs, news
Presented by Mike Duffy
Country of origin Canada
No. of episodes ?
Broadcast
Original channel CTV
Picture format NTSC (480i)
Original run 1988 – 1999

Sunday Edition was a Canadian television public affairs program which aired from 1988 to 1999. The program was hosted by Mike Duffy and originated at CJOH-TV in Ottawa. Over the course of its run, it aired in several different time slots from late Sunday morning to early Sunday afternoons. Its format was similar to that of U.S. Sunday morning talk shows.

The program was not originally part of the CTV network schedule, but rather a program co-operatively produced by several CTV affiliates.[1] Sunday Edition later became part of the Baton Broadcast System schedule, and only officially became a CTV program in late 1997 (or early 1998) after Baton Broadcasting's acquisition of the network.

The CTV News-produced Question Period, which had been cancelled in the mid-1990s apparently due to the success of Sunday Edition, was revived in 2001 and now fills a similar role.

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