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CBC at ‘forefront’ of digital media: CRTC’s Hutton

News | 03/06/2014 3:21 am EST

OTTAWA CBC/Radio-Canada has been at the vanguard of changes the broadcasting industry has faced due to the emergence of digital media in recent years, Scott Hutton, the CRTC’s executive director of broadcasting, told a Senate committee on Wednesday night.

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