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Common voice for cable telephony providers to disappear in February

News | 02/15/2006 5:00 am EST

The Canadian Cable Telecommunications Association (CCTA), which recently stepped up to provide a common voice for cable telephony efforts at the CRTC, is shutting its doors. The news comes only a few short months after Shaw Communications Inc. decided to pull out of the association, citing difficulty in coming to a consensus on key issues.

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