Which (sadly) means they won’t change a thing in 2004. (sigh!)

Junos a smash hit for CTV
TORONTO (CP) — The Juno Awards pulled in more Canadian viewers than the Grammys this year, with 2.2 million people tuning in to watch host Shania Twain and other stars of the music industry, CTV said Monday.
It’s a sharp increase from last year’s Junos broadcast from St. John’s, Nfld., when the Barenaked Ladies hosted the event and 1.4 million viewers tuned in.
The Junos were held at the Corel Centre in Ottawa on Sunday night, capping a weekend of festivities in the nation’s capital.
The Grammys on Feb. 23 in New York City, when music sensation Norah Jones claimed a total of eight prizes, pulled in 2.1 million viewers.
“The only award shows that have beat the Junos are the Oscars, of course, and the Golden Globes, which came in at just under three million viewers,” said CTV spokesman Mike Cosentino.
The numbers were compiled by Nielsen Media Research and BBM. By night’s end, BBM said 6.2 million viewers tuned in to watch some part of the show.
Still, the music award shows didn’t come close to the achievements of the Academy Awards, which pulled in 4.76 million viewers this year, and the Golden Globes at 2.9 million.
The previous high for a Junos telecast was 1996, when CBC had the broadcast and drew 2.27 million viewers.