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CBC funding to destroy ‘precarious balance’ in industry: Que. broadcasters

Briefs | 05/25/2016 8:37 pm EDT

A group of Quebec broadcasters say that unless accountability measures are put in place, the increased funding the federal government has slated for CBC/Radio-Canada will be a “blank cheque” allowing it to “step up its already ferocious competition against private broadcasters.”

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