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Stakeholders differ on regulating new media

News | 07/14/2008 4:59 pm EDT

Canadian broadcasters and other industry stakeholders don’t see eye to eye on whether the time has come for the CRTC to regulate Internet content. Friday’s deadline for comments on the future of Canadian broadcasting in new media garnered 59 submissions, including a call from private media to keep new media unregulated.

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