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Dragons’ Den climbs in ratings

TORONTO (CP) _ The CBC-TV series "Dragons’ Den" continues its impressive climb in the ratings, pulling in more than half a million Canadian viewers last week, the public broadcaster said Tuesday.

That number represents an increase of 250 per cent since the show premiered in October. Last Wednesday’s Episode 6 drew 547,000 viewers.

"Dragons’ Den" documents would-be entrepreneurs from across Canada as they pitch their brainstorms to a panel of successful business moguls. The show has been the fastest-growing program on the CBC schedule.

The inaugural show will be rebroadcast and updated on Wednesday, featuring, among other would-be business gurus, a Toronto woman trying to sell the "Dragons" on her idea for napping centres aimed at overworked office workers.

The show is a Canadian version of a British series of the same name. During the season finale, airing Nov. 22, viewers will learn what happened to some of the most talked-about would-be entrepreneurs, including the woman from Kingston, Ont., who pitched a Kegel exerciser.

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Headline, Industry News

Dragons’ Den climbs in ratings

TORONTO (CP) _ The CBC-TV series "Dragons’ Den" continues its impressive climb in the ratings, pulling in more than half a million Canadian viewers last week, the public broadcaster said Tuesday.

That number represents an increase of 250 per cent since the show premiered in October. Last Wednesday’s Episode 6 drew 547,000 viewers.

"Dragons’ Den" documents would-be entrepreneurs from across Canada as they pitch their brainstorms to a panel of successful business moguls. The show has been the fastest-growing program on the CBC schedule.

The inaugural show will be rebroadcast and updated on Wednesday, featuring, among other would-be business gurus, a Toronto woman trying to sell the "Dragons" on her idea for napping centres aimed at overworked office workers.

The show is a Canadian version of a British series of the same name. During the season finale, airing Nov. 22, viewers will learn what happened to some of the most talked-about would-be entrepreneurs, including the woman from Kingston, Ont., who pitched a Kegel exerciser.

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Headline, Industry News

Dragons’ Den climbs in ratings

TORONTO (CP) _ The CBC-TV series "Dragons’ Den" continues its impressive climb in the ratings, pulling in more than half a million Canadian viewers last week, the public broadcaster said Tuesday.

That number represents an increase of 250 per cent since the show premiered in October. Last Wednesday’s Episode 6 drew 547,000 viewers.

"Dragons’ Den" documents would-be entrepreneurs from across Canada as they pitch their brainstorms to a panel of successful business moguls. The show has been the fastest-growing program on the CBC schedule.

The inaugural show will be rebroadcast and updated on Wednesday, featuring, among other would-be business gurus, a Toronto woman trying to sell the "Dragons" on her idea for napping centres aimed at overworked office workers.

The show is a Canadian version of a British series of the same name. During the season finale, airing Nov. 22, viewers will learn what happened to some of the most talked-about would-be entrepreneurs, including the woman from Kingston, Ont., who pitched a Kegel exerciser.

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