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CAB wants to simplify radio tariff process; Internet retransmission issue resurfacing

News | 12/05/2002 5:00 am EST

The Canadian Association of Broadcasters (CAB) hopes to change the way radio tariffs are set in an attempt to reduce the process’ transactional costs, according to president and CEO Glenn O’Farrell. The broadcast lobby group, which represents radio, conventional and specialty television broadcasters, plans to hold a meeting of all music stakeholders to discuss how the process can be simplified. The format of the roundtable is still being discussed, but the CAB expects discussions to get underway in early 2003.

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