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Corus wants to shutter 44 TV rebroadcasting transmitters

Briefs | 11/13/2018 6:17 pm EST
Contour map of one of the proposed retransmitters to be shuttered. / Photo via CRTC Part 1 application, appendix B.

Corus Entertainment Inc. is asking the CRTC for permission to shut down 44 television rebroadcasting transmitters in small rural markets, arguing they are too expensive to run.

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