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CRTC sides with creative sector in broadcasters’ CanCon relief proposal

News | 08/12/2021 5:23 pm EDT
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The CRTC has denied a request made by the Canadian Association of Broadcasters (CAB) to waive conditions of licence and regulations relating to broadcasters’ expenditures for the 2020 broadcast year, opting instead for an extended payment approach to benefit the entirety of the broadcasting industry.

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