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Lincoln disagrees that markets will erode government’s ability to regulate media

News | 02/28/2003 5:00 am EST

Technological developments and the power of the market are eroding the amount of control the government is able to exert over media, according to the senior VP of policy and regulatory affairs at the Canadian Cable Television Association (CCTA). Speaking February 14 at a session on the role of the government at the Who Controls Canada’s Media forum in Montreal, Michael Hennessy argued that public policy will in time have less and less influence over the media industry.

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