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BDUs appeal new distant signal tariffs

News | 11/12/2019 12:00 pm EST
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The country’s largest TV service providers are appealing an increase in the over-the-air distant signal retransmission tariff imposed by the Copyright Board in December, in part because they argue the decision doesn’t take into consideration the new realities of modern viewing. 

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