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Commercial-radio revenue down 0.5%: CRTC

Briefs | 06/22/2015 4:56 pm EDT

The CRTC on Monday said commercial-radio revenue in Canada was down 0.5 per cent for the 12 months ended last August, describing the trend as “stable from the previous year in spite of competition from satellite, online and mobile services."

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