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CBC.ca head promises streaming audio to return for next Games

News | 09/17/2004 4:00 am EDT

The executive director of CBC.ca says recent Olympics coverage was a success by almost every measure, but that the absence of streaming audio remains a sticking point with the Mother Corp. Claude Galipeau tells Canadian NEW MEDIA that the public broadcaster couldn’t meet obligations to keep its live radio coverage restricted to Canada in time for this year’s event, but says he’s confident that by the time the Turin Winter Games arrive in 2006, the CBC will have the safeguards in place to keep its radio stream online instead of shutting it down for the duration of the games.

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