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Technology is altering the broadcasting landscape – as it has before

News | 04/21/2006 4:00 am EDT

Broadcasters, industry associations and the CRTC have a lot to consider in the upcoming television policy review, including the effect new technologies might have on conventional broadcasting. But no amount of technological advancement will negate the need for quality content, or usurp the commission’s ability to regulate, they say.

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