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Citizens bombard CRTC with their views on whether broadcasters should be paid for their signals

News | 11/13/2009 8:09 pm EST

Television consumers, whose voices aren’t always as prominent as those of big companies at CRTC hearings, have submitted a total of 1800 comments, expressing a range of opinions on the contentious fee-for-carriage issue. Some voice support for fee-for-carriage while others criticize Canadian broadcasters for calling for a compensation regime.

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