Broadcasters To Seek Judicial Review of Copyright Board Decision

While the Canadian Association of Broadcasters has expressed a desire to safeguard Canadian culture, paying for that culture is another matter.  The Globe and Mail is reporting that the CAB's members will seek judicial review of the recent Copyright Board commercial radio decision which led to a significant increase in royalty rates.  Glenn O'Farrell, the CAB President, terms the Board's decision as a  "renegade ruling" and characterizes the board as acting as an advocate of musicians.

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