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New Commercial Radio Policy will see biggest revenue earners pay more

News | 12/20/2006 5:00 am EST

The worst fears of many broadcasters failed to materialize when the CRTC released its Commercial Radio Policy on December 15: the commission kept Canadian content requirements for English-language daytime music at 35%. But the regulator also ruled that those who earn the most should pay the most to Canadian Talent Development (CTD) initiatives, a quid pro quo many are still pondering.

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