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News | 11/10/2005 5:00 am EST

O’Farrell tells convention that debates herald a move forward
Canadian Association of Broadcasters (CAB) president and CEO Glenn O’Farrell said that debate around how broadcasters should deal with new technologies was the "beginning of a forward movement, not its end." Speaking at the association’s 79th annual convention in Winnipeg, he continued, "To find our path to the future, we must support entrepreneurial action with a new policy environment. Industry and government must work together in the public-private partnership that has served Canada so well. We must revitalize the framework to meet the new challenges."

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