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CAB set to invite pure play new media companies into association ranks this fall

News | 05/31/2000 4:00 am EDT

Canada's largest lobby group for private broadcasters may begin inviting new media companies to join their organization, including those with no formal affiliation with conventional television. The Canadian Association of Broadcasters (CAB) passed a resolution May 12 to create a new membership class and a new outreach program to exploit potential ties between new and old media. A final vote on the issue will be put to CAB members for approval at the association's AGM later this year in Calgary.

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