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Private broadcasters call on federal gov’t to develop new strategy for Canadian content

News | 05/11/2000 4:00 am EDT

The Canadian Association of Broadcasters (CAB) took its newest lobby campaign to the backroom of Canada's press corps last week in an attempt to build widespread support for a new and less intrusive regulatory regime. CAB president/CEO Michael McCabe delivered his industry's vision of how broadcasting must evolve during a breakfast speech at National Press Club on May 5.

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