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U.S. broadcasters look to resume retransmission row

News | 07/21/2017 2:52 pm EDT
Francis Schiller of Public Interests Research and Communications Inc., pictured with soon-to-be Prime Minister Justin Trudeau in 2015 when he was a candidate for the Ontario riding of Windsor-Tecumseh, reactivated his registration with the federal lobbying commissioner on July 7 to represent the U.S. Television Coalition. /Photo via Twitter.

A group of American TV stations seems to be renewing its efforts to put compensation for signals retransmitted in Canada back on the government’s agenda as it enters into renegotiations of its free-trade agreement with the U.S. and Mexico.

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