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Rogers says independent producers getting too much from terms of trade deal

News | 02/27/2013 2:44 pm EST

TORONTO—Rogers Communications Inc.'s broadcast division is unhappy with the industry's terms of trade agreement with independent producers and will seek a bigger share of production revenues when the contract expires next year, said Keith Pelley, president of Rogers Media Inc.

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