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ITV market already protected by undue preference rules: CCTA submission

News | 03/07/2002 5:00 am EST

Existing rules against undue preference in broadcasting and telecommunications are sufficient to protect interactive television (ITV) players without further regulation, argues the Canadian Cable Television Association (CCTA). In its submission to the CRTC’s fact-finding inquiry on ITV (PN 2001-113), the association says the sector is too under-developed to contemplate protecting the various carrier, broadcaster, and producer interests with specific regulations until technological and business issues are more mature.

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