By Susan TolussoOTTAWA - After Canada’s major English-language performers’ union and a community TV association testified before the Heritage Standing Committee about Canadian TV content rules, a specialty broadcaster raised concerns about getting carriage for the content once it’s made. Wednesday’s testimony will help form part of the committee’s study on the evolution of the television industry in Canada and its impact on local communities, which launched March 25 and will conclude next week with a return visit by CRTC chairman Konrad von Finckenstein. Actors union ACTRA led off by reiterating many of the points it raised during its appearance on Friday before...
HERITAGE COMMITTEE: Politicians hear from the ones who play them on TV
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