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Canada has much to learn from the U.S. experience with DTV

News | 06/07/2001 4:00 am EDT

This week, the CRTC issued its long-waited proposal to guide the transition to over-the-air digital television in Canada (see story in this issue). The government has been criticized by some for lagging behind the U.S. in releasing a policy. Others point out that the extra time has given Canada time to learn from the American experience.

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