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CanCon producers silent on CBC-Netflix rift

News | 10/09/2019 7:14 pm EDT

Organizations that represent important stakeholders in the field of Canadian content are staying relatively mum on the revelation that the CBC/Radio-Canada would stop collaborating with Netflix Inc., though the union representing Canada’s English-language screenwriters has endorsed Tait’s decision.

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