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Bell files Part 1 against Super Bowl simsub order

News | 08/01/2017 5:28 pm EDT
This year, Bell linked to a website where commercials that air during the U.S. broadcast of the Super Bowl could be viewed prior to the game. /Screenshot via Wix.com.

With six months until kick off, BCE Inc. and its supporters are asking the CRTC to put a freeze on its decision to ban simultaneous substitution of American commercials on Canadian feeds of the National Football League’s championship game.

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