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Broadcasters protest changes to Quebec tax credits, say TV programming will suffer

News | 04/10/2003 4:00 am EDT

Quebec broadcasters say that some popular TV shows will disappear from their schedules if the provincial government moves ahead with proposed changes to its tax credits. The broadcasters add that the changes, announced March 11, came as a complete surprise to them and without any consultation. That’s in contrast to the views of the unions and the Quebec producers’ association, which claim the report generally reflects the overall views of the industry (CCR, March 27/03).

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