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CAB opposes general licence condition on 4+1 signals

News | 05/23/2002 4:00 am EDT

The Canadian Association of Broadcasters (CAB) is opposing an amendment to SaskTel’s broadcast distribution licence over concerns about simultaneous substitution. The CAB argues that if SaskTel is given a general condition of licence allowing it to distribute different U.S. 4+1 network signals in different locations of the province, it could potentially complicate program scheduling and the implementation of simultaneous substitution for broadcasters serving several markets in a region.

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