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CCOP helps NFB put streaming movie service CinéRoute online to Canadians

News | 01/26/2004 5:00 am EST

The National Film Board (NFB) will soon launch its Canadian Culture Online Program (CCOP)-supported CinéRoute project from its exclusive home on CANARIE Inc.’s experimental broadband platform CA*Net 4 to the broader commodity Internet. Within weeks, the service, which streams Canadian films from the agency’s collection, will be available to 2,000 NFB members in Canada – people who have completed a free sign-up procedure online to let the NFB know they’re interested in receiving news and services from it.

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