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Bill on junk food ads for kids could do ‘significant damage’: Corus

News | 01/24/2018 4:20 pm EST
Bill on junk food ads for kids could do ‘significant damage’: Corus
Corus appeared before a Senate committee on restricting food and drink ads directed toward children in June. /Screenshot via SenVu.

Proposed legislation intended to combat the marketing of unhealthy food and drink to children will have an adverse effect on broadcasters due to a loss of much-needed advertising revenue at a critical time for traditional TV, broadcaster Corus Entertainment Inc. is arguing.  

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