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CCTA opposes proposed royalty changes on retransmission of distant TV signals

News | 03/25/2004 5:00 am EST

The Canadian Cable Television Association (CCTA) is opposing proposed royalty changes on the retransmission of distant television signals for 2004-08 for fear that cablecos will lose their Quebec discount and also because it considers the proposed increase too large. The Copyright Board of Canada is not expected to hold hearings into the matter until June 2005.

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