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Telus, Corus jockeying over PVR cloud storage rules

News | 12/19/2018 10:48 am EST
Smart TV remote. / Photo via Pxhere, Creative Commons license CC0.

Corus Entertainment Inc. is taking issue with a request by Telus Corp. to have Parliament change the rules for storing personal video recorder (PVR) recordings on network servers, warning the server-space-saving proposal could hurt the video-on-demand market.

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