Archive for June 19th, 2005

Reconciling Canadian Content Requirements in the Age of the Internet

From policy decisions on Internet telephony to third language television broadcasters, the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission has faced more than its fair share of criticism in recent months.  With last week’s much anticipated pay radio decision, the Commission was no doubt prepared for yet another flurry of negative commentary. […]

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June 19, 2005 Comments are Disabled Columns Archive

Canadian Culture and Ownership

No one does a better job of separating Canadian culture fact from fiction than the Globe and Mail’s Kate Taylor. Last week I pointed to her column on the state of Canadian television. This week her column is again a must-read. She examines the impact of the Famous Players theatre […]

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Canadian Library Association Endorses Open Access

As the Canadian government introduces copyright legislation this week that will ultimately limit access to information, Peter Suber's spectacular Open Access News notes that this weekend the Canadian Library Association provided an important step in the right direction by endorsing a resolution on open access. The full resolution reads as follows:

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