The CRTC estimates that fee-for-carriage would generate $352 million in revenues for Canadian broadcasters. As I argued last week, ultimately FFC is going to cost consumers.
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Yesterday I attended the Standing Committee on Canadian Heritage hearing into the television industry in Canada and its impact on local communities. The hearing featured MPs from all parties taking CRTC Chair Konrad von Finckenstein to task for not doing enough to save local television broadcasting. Von Finckenstein rightly noted […]
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