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Streamers tell CRTC to “take pause” before regulating CanCon contributions 

News | 07/18/2023 3:04 pm EDT
Fast-track OTT review, clock ticking on CMF ‘top-up’: CMPA

Streaming platforms are saying it is too early to be discussing contribution requirements at this stage of the new regulatory framework’s development given that the CRTC is still revising the definition for Canadian and Indigenous content, among other things. 

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