Unity software review: Software issues could mean it’s not ready for prime time
Unity, the game engine used to create the popular video game engine Unity, is set to become a prime-time staple for the 2018-19 television season.
The software is set for release in 2018, and the new TV season could be a big part of the equation.
“It’s going to be a prime time show for a lot of people, I think,” said Brian MacLellan, president of the Canadian Association of Broadcasters (CAB), which oversees television programming.
“The number one thing we need to make sure is that we’re delivering the best programming for Canadians, the best content, and that the programming is available across all platforms.”
In the U.S., the ratings and viewership of prime time television have plummeted in recent years.
For example, the network CBS is currently airing an episode of American Idol with a ratings of just over 15 million viewers.
But in Canada, the ratings are rising and the audience for CBC is expected to grow by 15 per cent.
“We’ve seen this trend with shows on CBC-TV over the last couple of years,” MacLampan said.
“I think we’re going to see a lot more programming on CBC in 2018 that’s going a little bit further in the direction of more American Idol.
MacLannan said he believes the show will be more than just another commercial for the company. “
But we also want to make it clear that we want Canadians to be able to watch shows they love, and we want that to be on the CBC platform.”
MacLannan said he believes the show will be more than just another commercial for the company.
“They’re trying to build the best entertainment brand in the world, and they’re going after that by trying to make this as entertaining as possible, and by making the most of the new platforms that are coming in.”
“The whole thing is really about how you deliver that kind of programming, how you leverage that brand, how the platform fits into your business model,” he said.