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VisionTV charity eyes future as digital content provider, after selling assets to Moses Znaimer

News | 06/18/2009 3:09 pm EDT

Armed with $25-million from the sale of VisionTV and other television assets to a company owned by CITY-TV pioneer Moses Znaimer, the charity (VTV) that controlled the services is looking to digital content creation and unregulated media channels as just two of the potential money-makers to fill its coffers in the future, says VisionTV president and CEO Bill Roberts.

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