By Perry HoffmanAnd, applicants publicly scrutinize each otherGATINEAU – Northern Native Broadcasting told the CRTC on day two of the Aboriginal radio station hearing Tuesday that Indigenous peoples in British Columbia would be best served by a single radio broadcaster covering the entire province.Just as Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta have, in effect, regional systems to serve their First Nations communities, British Columbia should have the same, the company added. NNB, which has a radio station in Terrace, in the northern part of the province, noted that having two separate radio broadcasters would negatively affect the economic viability of both operations.Ron Bartlett, general...
Radio Hearing: B.C. can’t support two separate Aboriginal radio broadcasters
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