“Minute regulation” diverting CRTC from big concerns, overburdening firms: Tory
News | 10/24/2002 4:00 am EDT
The CRTC concerns itself with too many small things, resulting in important decisions taking too long to be released and broadcasting players getting bogged down in producing time-consuming reports, according to the president and CEO of Canada’s largest cableco. John Tory of Rogers Cable Inc. tells Canadian Communications Reports that red tape is stifling the industry and making it less able to compete in a more open market.
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