Controversial web portal recommended by CCOP advisory board in vision report
News | 09/12/2003 4:00 am EDT
|The advisory board formed a year and a half ago to help craft Canada's online cultural strategy has quietly issued its first report outlining its vision for future priorities and initiatives (CNM Update, April 10/02). The document, which is slowly snaking its way through to industry stakeholders in the absence of any public announcement from the department of Canadian Heritage, contains several controversial proposals, including one regarding a proposed Canadian portal for cultural material that has elicited producer responses unfit to print in even Canadian NEW MEDIA.
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