Heritage minister says regulatory barriers should not impede rollout of OTA digital TV
News | 12/02/2008 9:34 pm EST
In what could be his first and last speech to the industry—depending on the outcome of moves for a coalition government next week—Heritage Minister James Moore weighed in on Canada’s transition to digital, urging for an industry-led solution that will see over-the-air (OTA) broadcasters working in partnership with BDUs to ensure a smooth switch without additional costs being pushed on consumers.
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