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O’Farrell embraces McCabe’s priorities, but plans to canvass membership on issues

News | 11/09/2001 5:00 am EST

The incoming president and CEO of the Canadian Association of Broadcasters (CAB) says copyright will continue to be a major focus of the lobby group after he takes the helm early in the new year. In an interview with CCR at the CAB convention in Ottawa, Glenn O’Farrell spoke about the challenges ahead and his approach to the job as chief spokesperson and lobbyist for Canada’s private broadcasters.

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