Radio & Television

YouTube clip’s creator should have been credited in news report, says CBSC

OTTAWA – A news report which included a video clip taken from YouTube should have identified its creator, the Canadian Broadcast Standards Council (CBSC) has ruled.The CBSC investigated a story broadcast on APTN’s National News on November 17, 2009 about the unauthorized removal of an international stone boundary marker in Akwesasne, an area bordering Ontario, Quebec, and New York state.  The report included a YouTube video clip of a group of people removing the stone marker.The news segment in question consisted of the news anchor interviewing the APTN reporter who was following this story.  The boundary marker had been removed,...

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