4c1aeafdd414d310VgnVCM100000c2b1d38dRCRDapproved/UMICH/sac/Home/People/Graduate Students/Doctoral Students/HannaSecond City or Second Country?: The Question of Canadian Identity in SCTV’s Transcultural Text1c1aeafdd414d310VgnVCM100000c2b1d38d____Second City or Second Country?: The Question of Canadian Identity in SCTV’s Transcultural TextHanna, Erinhannae<p>Take off, eh?<br> When SCTV began broadcasting its programming day on September 21, 1976, Canadian viewers were introduced to a new brand of television satire that would develop and grow with the show for its eight-year run. Between 1976 and 1984, SCTV moved from a local Canadian television station, to North American syndication, to American network television and, finally, to pay-TV. The show was composed of a series of sketches woven together with recurring characters and behind-the-scenes narratives about the machinations of a fictional television network called SCTV.</p> <p>See <a onclick="window.open('http://cineaction.ca/issue78sample.htm','popup', 'width=800,height=600,status=yes, scrollbars=yes, resizable=yes, menubar=yes'); return false;" href="http://cineaction.ca/issue78sample.htm">full article</a>.</p>CineAction78 2009CineActionhttp://cineaction.ca/issue78sample.htm780aeafdd414d310VgnVCM100000c2b1d38d____mnegaranmnegaran1362665725587e796231e0e81e310VgnVCM100000c2b1d38d____1c1aeafdd414d310VgnVCM100000c2b1d38d____http://cineaction.ca/issue78sample.htmfull articleanchorNA