here is an excerpt from Wikipedia about the CFL's "Canadian Football Network"
"CFN was critically acclaimed, credited for raising the production quality of CFL telecasts (which were sorely lacking in the mid- to late-1980s) to near-NFL levels. However, it did not do well financially, and the league discontinued the network after the 1990 season. CFN was also supposed to work like a normal television network in that it was meant to get its money solely from sponsors." This has changed now.
I will call it "CFL Sunday Ticket". If the CFL does not get a fair television contract next renewal, and with the advancement of all of the different media outlets, could the CFL try this again?
Would you pay $10 month for this for 7 months for a "CFL Sunday Ticket". If statistically 25 % of the Canadian population closely follow the CFL, that is over 8 million people, could the league consider this in future. League should at least have a secret backup plan ready.
If 2 million of us pay $10/month X 7 months equates to $20 million a month or $140 million in revenue plus Advertising.