Bill C-11 came under fire Friday from a consortium of U.S. industry groups for not doing enough to combat online piracy.
Canadian actors, directors, producers and screenwriters: “The principles of the Broadcasting Act continue to be sound but, with this decision, their application remains inconsistent.”
A charged atmosphere surrounds the CRTC’s hearings into a group-based approach to French television licencing.
The latest version of the Copyright Modernization Act includes a first-time “notice and notice” regime to compel internet service producers to target serial downloaders.
Positive reaction from the film and TV industry’s unions, guilds and associations is mixed with disappointment around Rogers’ lower CPE and the 5% PNI requirements.
A Banff panel tackles the thorny question of separating carriage and content to protect cultural sovereignty in an era of increasing technological change.
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