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New OTT offerings pose threat to BDUs, opportunity for producers

News | 08/17/2017 4:47 pm EDT
CBS and sport streaming service Dazn recently said they are launching streaming services in Canada. / Screenshots via CBS, Dazn.

A proliferation of new streaming TV competition in Canada is set to benefit content producers even as it causes problems for the country’s broadcasters and TV service providers through fragmented audiences and higher content costs — though it doesn’t yet signal an existential crisis for linear TV, experts said.

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