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Canadian broadcasting held as example for its ethnic broadcasting at IIC confab

News | 10/24/2002 4:00 am EDT

Canadian Heritage minister Sheila Copps has been bragging for several months that Canada is admired by South Africa for its cultural diversity in broadcasting, so it comes as no surprise that the country had a major presence at the recent International Institute of Communications (IIC) conference. The organization, which deals with broadcasting and telecommunications issues, met for the first time in Johannesburg, South Africa and spent much time discussing topics involving the developing world.

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