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We’re ‘used to’ broadcaster interpretations of CRTC content regs: Scott

Briefs | 03/26/2021 4:38 pm EDT

Asked whether or not the CRTC is up to the task of dealing with broadcasters who may try to circumvent Canadian content regulations if Bill C-10 is passed and brings streaming giants like Netflix, Inc. under the regulator’s remit, chair Ian Scott said effectively that they’re used to it. 

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