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Future viewer habits to determine length of CBC hockey partnership: Rogers

News | 11/27/2013 11:55 pm EST

Technological developments that impact the way consumers watch broadcast content will help determine whether CBC/Radio-Canada will continue to air NHL hockey games five years from now, said Scott Moore, president of broadcasting at Rogers Communications Inc.’s media subsidiary.

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