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Unbundling to overhaul broadcast distribution system, insiders say

News | 10/17/2013 10:07 pm EDT

The Conservative government’s promise to “unbundle” television channels and move toward a pick-and-pay model will involve a complex series of changes to the broadcasting system, affecting everything from regulations to the carriage agreements between broadcasters and TV providers, broadcast executives said.

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