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CRTC says Videotron French community TV violated licence, OKs English version

Briefs | 02/04/2015 7:51 pm EST

The CRTC said Wednesday that while it found MAtv, a French-language community channel owned by Quebecor Inc.’s Videotron subsidiary, was not in compliance with the conditions of its licence, it would approve a licence application from Videotron for MYtv, the channel's English equivalent.

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