BROADCAST REGULATOR WILL HOLD HEARINGS ON "SKINNY TV"

May 24, 2016

By Michael Kramer

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Canada’s broadcast regulator is launching a public hearing – to evaluate the success of the implementation of so-called “skinny T-V services.”

As of March 1st, the C-R-T-C mandated cable and satellite T-V service providers to offer basic cable packages – capped at $25 dollars per month – and let consumers add channels a-la-carte, or through pre-packaged bundles.

Bell, Rogers, Shaw and Videotron are scheduled to attend the public hearing – starting September 7th – to help the C-R-T-C determine if their “skinny T-V” offerings obey the regulations and fall within the spirit of the policy.

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