Radio & Television

The Score wants license alteration, de-regulated rate

OTTAWA – Sports network The Score has asked the CRTC if it can spend more money on Canadian content, but show less of it.In an application made public on Monday, The Score proposed that its Canadian programming expenditure requirement be upped from 45% to 47.8% of its gross revenues, but that its overall Canadian programming exhibition requirement be lowered to 75% of the broadcast day, down from 80%.  The national English-language analog channel also asked to draw programming from additional program categories, and that its wholesale rate be de-regulated.Interventions and comments are due by January 4,