By Lesley HunterOTTAWA – The death of the Canadian Association of Broadcasters appears to have been greatly exaggerated.Months after the 84-year-old private broadcasters’ lobbying group announced plans to close up shop, it decided instead upon a major restructuring which resulted in a smaller board with a fresh mandate to focus solely on matters of collective importance for the entire broadcasting industry.“The CAB never closed its doors," newly appointed chair Sylvie Courtemanche, who is also the VP of government relations at Corus, told Cartt.ca. “There was a thought that we were going to proceed towards a wind up, but when we started looking at the activities of the CAB...
Sleek new Canadian Association of Broadcasters rises from the ashes
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