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Citytv cannot become national without Montreal anglophone market, Rogers tells CRTC

News | 11/07/2012 8:44 pm EST

GATINEAU, Que.—Rogers Communications Inc.'s $10.3 million acquisition of Montreal ethnic TV station CJNT-DT and its conversion to an English-language station is necessary to the company's plan to grow its Citytv stations into Canada's third national broadcasting network, the company said.

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