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Satellite service continues to provide free APTN signal to northern residents

News | 08/14/2012 7:03 pm EDT

A free satellite service offered by the federal government, BCE Inc. and the Aboriginal Peoples Television Network (APTN) is allowing northern residents to continue receiving APTN despite the loss of 32 over-the-air signal transmitters, Jean LaRose, CEO of APTN, said in an interview.

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