By Lesley HunterOTTAWA – It is often said that those who don’t learn from history are doomed to repeat it.And as the clock ticks down on the Canadian Association of Broadcasters, some of its soon-to-be former members have begun to look ahead to the future while keeping those lessons firmly in mind.Bill Roberts, who was the first senior vice-president of television at the CAB as well as a former board member, said that he first expressed concern for the association’s future when the Specialty and Pay TV Association was folded in to the CAB in 2000.“I was worried, I think many of...
R.I.P. CAB, but new groups look to spring forth to represent radio, TV, in Ottawa
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