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Miracle Channel gets licence for discretionary service

Briefs | 04/29/2024 4:00 pm EDT
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The Miracle Channel Association (MCA) has been granted a licence for a discretionary service, the CRTC announced Monday. It had been operating Corco as an exempt service with fewer than 200,000 subscribers but has now passed that threshold.

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