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Don’t exclude online services from Broadcasting Act: Private radio

News | 02/04/2019 12:00 pm EST
Don’t exclude online services from Broadcasting Act: Private radio
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Canada’s private radio broadcasters are fighting against a push to keep online services out of Canada’s broadcast laws, according to a submission sent to the Liberal government’s expert panel review of the future of Canada’s communications laws.

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