On a related front, beyond only TSN and the CFL but certainly to be impacted whatever comes next for the CFL after 2021, whatever media and especially video coverage is in place for this year for sports, excluding the NFL from the conversation for now, will make quite the transition going forward.
The consequences of the pandemic wrecked the existing video model in place to date and accelerated plans for streaming more than did any other factors such as demographics and technology improvements.
And so the effects of whatever mix in new media in place will show up in likely the programming format going forward beyond what we have known for years now with on-screen graphics (those of you under perhaps 35 might not know what I am talking about, but there was a time around 2000 or so when on-screen graphics like the ubiquitous crawl were new such that what you see now is the norm).
For sake of TSN's coverage, I hope these changes at hand in video production do not result in inferior talent pre-game and at the half.
In the US in some early signs, we've seen Fox go down some terrible such roads for sake of trying to be trendy in the name of trying to court youth.
Trendy by older folks does not work with youth. We know because we were young too and still remember that feeling when the older folks tried to act hip around us.