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Interactive television still too immature to regulate, says cable TV association

News | 10/30/2002 5:00 am EST
The Canadian Cable Television Association (CCTA) continues to call for a light regulatory approach to interactive television (ITV) in the wake of a newly released report by the CRTC and the announcement of another public process into the subject now underway. In comments to Canadian NEW MEDIA, Michael Hennessy, the CCTA’s senior VP of policy and regulatory affairs, says the report backs up the association’s assertions that the industry is too young to contemplate too many hard and fast rules.

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