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Community TV complaints deferred: CACTUS

Briefs | 08/03/2016 7:05 pm EDT

The Canadian Association of Community Television Users and Stations (CACTUS) said Wednesday it’s unhappy with the CRTC’s decision to put off complaints about alleged broadcast distribution undertakings’ (BDUs) compliance issues until later this fall.

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