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Rogers accuses BDU hearing of getting off track; wants CRTC to focus on less regulation

News | 04/03/2008 2:11 pm EDT

The fee-for-carriage debate has hijacked the CRTC‘s upcoming BDU and specialty review and if the commission doesn’t re-adopt its original focus on market-forces, television will soon become irrelevant, say Rogers Communications Inc. executives.

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