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Gov’t orders CRTC to review minority language broadcasting; hearing expected this fall

News | 07/03/2008 8:52 pm EDT

Can Canada’s broadcast industry be enticed to offer more and better services to minority English- and French-speaking communities? Can new digital technologies help? Those are among the questions Canadian Heritage has put to the CRTC, which expects to hold a major hearing by December to examine the state of linguistic duality on all broadcast platforms, including the Internet.

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