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Media can survive, often thrive, in state of perpetual evolution: Rabinovitch

News | 11/18/2005 5:00 am EST

Technological innovation should be seen as an opportunity, not a threat, according to Canadian Broadcasting Corp. president and CEO Robert Rabinovitch. Speaking at the World Electronic Media Forum II in Tunis, Tunisia, he said the emergence of the iPod and other new technologies doesn’t mean the downfall of television. After all, newspaper and radio are still surviving. Below is an excerpt from his speaking notes.

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