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Broadcast industry continues to question effectiveness of Heritage committee study

News | 01/31/2002 5:00 am EST

With the House of Commons committee reviewing the Broadcasting Act set to reconvene hearings January 31, industry players say it is becoming increasingly evident that the committee has neither the expertise nor the focus to effect any substantial changes. While the Standing Committee on Canadian Heritage is supposed to be hearing concerns of the broadcasting sector, most of the presentations to date have been devoted to educating committee members about basic industry concepts (CCR, Nov. 22/01, Nov. 9/01).

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