LETTER TO THE EDITOR: SimSub is a U.S. invention

I have looked at your series on Canadian content. Any discussion with respect to television has to deal with cable carriage and simultaneous program substitution. While the flavour of the subject is there, some basic facts need clarification, and with my background as first a cable system owner operator and later an employee of the CRTC for 27 years, I felt I should comment. Program protection with respect to cable is not a Canadian invention. That notion is false. That process started on the American side of the line in 1966 when U.S. border stations requested protection from Canadian television stations...

Our industry and COVID-19

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