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CAB pushes for delay in radio review in wake of satellite radio licensing

News | 10/07/2005 4:00 am EDT
 The CRTC is remaining silent for now about the date and scope of a potential radio review, although Canada’s private broadcasters are pushing for a delay. "The commission will make its determination with respect to the timing and content of any review of commercial radio policy shortly," states the CRTC in an October 6 letter to the Canadian Association of Broadcasters (CAB). "The CAB and other interested parties will be informed of this decision in the normal course."

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