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Battle of words continues between Canadian broadcasters and JumpTV.com

News | 11/29/2000 5:00 am EST

The debate over JumpTV appears stalled as lawyers from both sides battle over the need for further consultation before the Copyright Board can issue the upstart Internet re-transmitter an interim tariff (CNM, Nov. 1/00). Dueling letters to the board were exchanged in the last two weeks as Jump lawyer Sunny Handa dismissed the arguments of the broadcasters rallying against the proposed tariff. David Kent of McMillan Binch, responding on behalf of the Canadian Association of Broadcasters, urged the board to convene a meeting to settle the dispute.

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