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Rogers self-promotion in violation of rules on community channels, IMCAIP charges

News | 01/14/2002 5:00 am EST

A group of independent Internet service providers is accusing Rogers Cable Inc. of repeatedly violating CRTC directives on self-promotion on its community cable channels, even after the ISPs had warned the cable operator. The move comes on the heels of the commission’s release of a proposed new framework for community media.

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