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News | 10/04/2000 4:00 am EDT
CCTA asks for consideration in JumpTV issue
The Canadian Cable Television Association (CCTA) has asked the Copyright Board for status as a party to any proceedings related to the tariff objection filed by JumpTV. The CCTA didn’t originally have any objection to the proposed 2001-2003 tariff, but has asked to be granted the right to participate in any proceedings stemming from JumpTV’s request. It has also asked for the right to receive copies of all correspondence, to serve interrogatories on third parties, to submit evidence and call witnesses, and to cross-examine evidence submitted by other parties, as well as make oral and written arguments before the board.
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