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Decision Makers Series: Kenton Low predicts dire future for BC digital media sector unless government and academia intervene

News | 12/01/2008 7:02 pm EST

Kenton Low doesn’t mince words when it comes to predicting the fate of British Columbia’s digital media sector. "It will be gone in 10 years", he told the province’s Finance committee this fall. But the president of New Media BC (NMBC) is also optimistic, having scored some initial victories on both the political and academic fronts to ensure no more companies take flight to jurisdictions with cheaper labour and better tax incentives.

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