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BDU packaging, fee for carriage dominate panels on upcoming reviews

News | 11/22/2006 5:00 am EST

Considering its theme – "New Realities, New Rules" – you’d expect the dialogue at this year’s Canadian Association of Broadcasters convention to reflect the siege mentality in the industry today. Indeed, much of the attention was on the upcoming policy reviews, and what effect they might have on already-strained relations between broadcasters, producers and distributors.

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