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Cable TV signals should be made available to third- parties: Cybersurf

News | 10/24/2005 4:00 am EDT
 Long-distance telephone and Internet provider Cybersurf is recommending that the CRTC make TV signals available to third-party resellers – just as it currently resells Internet service over Shaw cable lines, for example. The company’s VP of law and general counsel Chris Tacit tells Canadian Communications Reports that if outside companies don’t have access to broadcasting signals to resell to their customers in a triple- play bundle with the Internet and phone service, then a duopoly will develop.

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