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CanCon producers praise BTLR terms of trade recommendation

Briefs | 01/31/2020 5:01 pm EST
Janet Yale and Monique Simard hold a press conference following the publication of the Broadcasting and Telecommunications Legislative Review Panel's final report at the National Press Theatre in Ottawa on Jan. 29, 2020./ Photo by Andrew Meade.

OTTAWA The reintroduction of an agreement governing contracts involving independent producers would be vital to curbing market power of large foreign streaming giants, as well as be a boon to independent Canadian content producers, according to a panelist speaking on the closing day of the Canadian Media Producers Association’s annual Prime Time Conference. 

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