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JumpTV drops tariff bid, board process cancelled

News | 10/18/2001 4:00 am EDT
Farrel Miller has pulled the plug on his bid to win a section 31 tariff for JumpTV.com Canada Inc. The company filed a letter with the Copyright Board of Canada on October 11 writing: "it wishes to withdraw its application to the Copyright Board for an Internet retransmission tariff effective immediately. JumpTV is currently reviewing its business model and will likely be moving away from the banner advertising model upon which its application was based. The details of any new model are unclear at this point."

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