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CMPA wants CRTC to stand firm on terms of trade with CBC

News | 01/27/2021 6:13 pm EST
CMPA President Reynolds Mastin at CMPA Prime Time opening screening of Cardinal in Ottawa on Jan. 29, 2020./ Photo by Andrew Meade.

The Canadian Media Producers Association has called on the CRTC to force CBC/Radio-Canada to ink a so-called terms of trade agreement with the organization, which the CMPA says will allow Canadian content producers to maintain their copyright and make more money off their shows. 

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