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Experts urge CBC to sell more programming internationally to help deal with cuts

News | 01/08/2013 8:39 pm EST

CBC/Radio-Canada should expand its negotiations covering international distribution deals for TV programs to reduce the cost of creating original shows and provide more support for its independent production partners, industry experts say.

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