W5: Frequently Asked Questions
When can I watch broadcasts of W5?
W5 airs Saturday at 7 p.m. ET on CTV and CTV GO. Each episode is often re-broadcast on Sundays at 1 p.m. local time, but can be affected by sports broadcasts. Please check your local listings for any changes or pre-emptions to the schedule. In addition you can see W5 on CP24 (available in Toronto) Sunday's at noon and midnight.
You can also watch W5 online following the broadcast at www.W5.CTVNews.ca. The online broadcast is not geo-gated and can be seen from anywhere in the world."
How can I make comments or ask questions regarding the show or a W5 program that I've seen?
You can e-mail your comments or questions to W5@ctv.ca Every e-mail is read and acknowledged by W5's producers. Due to the volume of mail received if you have a specific question or story proposal please be patient.
How can I suggest a story idea to W5?
Please forward a concise synopsis of your story to W5 -- we recommend no more than one page. Keep in mind the five w's of journalism when explaining your story: who, what, when, where and why -- and don't forget how. Do not submit original documentation. If we decide to proceed with your story we will contact you as part of our research and may request additional information and documentation then.
You can submit your story idea by e-mail to W5@ctv.ca. We recommend that you put IDEA at the start of your subject line so we can easily identify your e-mail.
You can also send us your story proposal by mail to:
P.O. Box 9, Station "O"
Toronto, Ontario M4A 2M9
You can also send story ideas by fax at 416-384 -5938.
How can I get a copy of a W5 story for my personal use?
Please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
How can I get a transcript of a W5 program?
A written transcript of a segment of W5 can be purchased for $25.00 each (plus taxes). Please e-mail email@example.com