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Following value-for-signal, LPIF decisions, analysts question future of CTV Two

News | 01/14/2013 10:19 pm EST

BCE Inc. will not make any moves to downsize its stable of local television stations while its proposed acquisition of Astral Media Inc. is under consideration by the CRTC, even if the company wishes to drop some money-losing stations, analysts said.

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