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Radio Nord says union unwilling to adapt to tougher small-market conditions

News | 11/14/2003 5:00 am EST

The president and CEO of Radio Nord Communications inc. says problems with its striking workers boils down to the need to rationalize the company if it is to survive as a small-market TV and radio broadcaster. Pierre Brosseau tells Canadian Communications Reports that Radio Nord cannot continue to lose money on its radio stations because its TV stations, under pressures of their own, can no longer afford to subsidize them.

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