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CBC must collaborate with OTT competition: Lacroix

Briefs | 05/23/2017 2:34 pm EDT
A CBC/Netflix event screening of Anne at the National Arts Centre in Ottawa on May 2, 2017./Wire Report photo by Ahmad Hathout

CBC/Radio-Canada’s president and CEO Hubert Lacroix said the Crown corporation’s competition comes primarily from over-the-top (OTT) services and that it must collaborate with them to bring CBC productions to an international audience.

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