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ISPs are “broadcasters”; should kick in $72 million a year for online Cancon: Grant

News | 02/25/2008 7:08 pm EST

ISPs are no different than BDUs under the Broadcasting Act and, as such, should be mandated to support Canadian new media content, a leading communications lawyer told delegates at the Canadian Film and Television Production Association‘s(CFTPA) Prime Time conference in Ottawa last week.

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