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Banding together: unaffiliated broadcasters are finding a voice of their own…when they need to

News | 10/05/2007 12:11 pm EDT

Let's be clear, this is not a story about anyone withdrawing from the Canadian Association of Broadcasters. In fact, it's quite the opposite. But while the formation of a splinter faction of broadcasters to rival the venerable CAB on regulatory issues would certainly make for great copy, it is interesting to note that despite the stark differences that exist among them, Canada's broadcasters remain united through membership in the CAB.

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