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Turkish, French channels approved for distribution

Briefs | 03/26/2018 3:20 pm EDT

The CRTC has approved applications by Thema Canada, part of Vivendi SA’s Canal+ Group, to add TRT World and Studio Canal to its list of non-Canadian programming services and stations authorized for distribution.

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