Canada government orders broadcast regulator to reconsider TV license terms

on August 14th, 2017, 9:52pm
TORONTO (Reuters) - The Canadian government on Monday ordered the country's broadcast regulator to reconsider recent decisions to extend television broadcast licenses, saying their terms did not do enough to support the funding of independent, domestic content.

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