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CBC to be unavailable on antennas in 604 communities

News | 07/19/2012 3:15 pm EDT

CBC/Radio-Canada's programming, including local news shows, will become unavailable using TV antennas in 604 communities across Canada under the broadcaster's plan to shut down its analog transmitters, according to a count by The Wire Report.

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