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CBC employees pen open letter, petition gov. seeking CRTC investigation of branded content

News | 12/09/2020 5:38 pm EST

Impatient with the progress of a month-old Part 1 application at the CRTC, a group of some 500 current and former CBC/Radio-Canada employees have authored an “Open Letter to Canadians” demanding that the broadcaster drop its English-language branded content initiative, Tandem.

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