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NEWS The wire report | 22/09/2014 12:14 PM EDT
Blais threatens to revoke Netflix’ exemption order
Ethnic broadcasters urge CRTC to maintain buy-through requirement
Quebecor ‘still interested’ in Wind
Shomi not meant to 'kill Netflix': Rogers CEO
TekSavvy asks CRTC for help to launch TV service
Buyout puts Wind on solid ground, says Lacavera
Incumbents say AWS-3 set-aside unnecessary, bad for taxpayers
Disney says pick-and-pay hurts TV broadcasters
Bell top payer, PIAC top recipient of CRTC cost awards so far in 2014
Telus calls Shomi service undue preference by Rogers, Shaw
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