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Few changes needed to Canadian content, specialty, conventional broadcasters agree

News | 09/12/2002 4:00 am EDT

In two separate filings, both the television board and the specialty and pay television board of the Canadian Association of Broadcasters (CAB) agree that the current definition and certification systems for Canadian content should not be changed, with the exception of their application to animation. Filed August 30 as part of second-round comments to Canadian Heritage’s review of Canadian content, the two submissions by the separate CAB boards follow a vague two-page submission filed by the association during the first-round of the consultation process (CCR, June 7/02, April 12/02).

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