Producers should shun bureaucratic definition of Canadian, conference told
News | 06/28/2000 4:00 am EDT
Canadian content quotas and funding programs are stifling the new media industry’s ability to raise money and develop content for a global audience, industry executives told delegates attending the Summer Institute of Film and Television. Held June 21 in Hull QC, the annual training symposium stepped outside of the television and film box to discuss issues affecting the creation of digital content on CD-ROM and on the Internet.
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