From James Bradshaw of the Globe and Mail:
CRTC defends ‘viewer-centric’ decision on TV subscriptions
Canada’s broadcast regulator is set on putting viewers in the driver’s seat like never before by aggressively unbundling television subscriptions, even as critics warn that may not be what’s best for a healthy TV ecosystem. Jean-Pierre Blais, the federal regulator’s chairman, made that clear on March 12 when he said in a speech that, “while content remains king, the incontestable truth is that the viewer is Emperor.” Continue reading.
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