The phone giant proposes to spend $96 million to develop and produce indie TV programming of national interest, and divest itself of radio stations, to receive regulatory approval for the blockbuster acquisition.
The new document sets clear standards for responsibility on set, but allegedly introduces no changes that will up production costs.
Industry reps and the government are set to meet in coming weeks to discuss possible plans for a new tax break.
The cable company tells the regulator a revived Canadian TV ad market means local TV stations no longer need subscriber subsidy.
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