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CAB takes steps to narrow divide between broadcasters and new media companies

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

New media companies are cautiously optimistic that an offer for them to join the Canadian Association of Broadcasters will lead to new opportunities between the sometimes rival camps. In a move that could speed up rollout of interactive technologies, the CAB board of directors last week voted in favour of allowing web streaming companies and certain Internet retailers to become associate members of the organization.

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