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News | 05/13/2002 4:00 am EDT

Decima Publishing April 2002 Reader Poll
The Canadian Cable Television Association (CCTA) has proposed a number of reforms to the CRTC as part of a broader Parliamentary review of the Broadcasting Act. The following chart illustrates the most important changes needed, according to an informal poll of Decima Publishing readers. Making the regulatory process more open, transparent and accountable had the highest rating with 43% wanting change in that area.

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