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AMET-TV hopes to become Canada’s first African specialty channel; talks with BDUs underway

News | 05/28/2009 7:33 pm EDT

Inspired by the successful launch of three African specialty channels in the UK, four Toronto area investors hope before winter to launch Canada’s first specialty channel catering  to a growing African and Afro-Caribbean population – assuming the CRTC approves their application.

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