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Joint Response to Undertakings (BN CRTC 2015-421)

Joint Response to Undertakings (BN CRTC 2015-421)

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February 11th, 2016

FRIENDS and Unifor respond to a number of undertakings with respect to two research studies filed on the CRTC's review of Local and Community TV.

Ms. Danielle May-­Cuconato
Secretary General
CRTC
Ottawa, ON
K1A 0N2

Dear Secretary General:

At the conclusion of our respective appearances during the recent Public Hearing, your Commission required us to respond to a number of undertakings with respect to two research studies by Nordicity–Peter Miller:

These responses are being filed digitally accompanying this covering letter.

Yours sincerely,

Howard Law
On behalf of Unifor

Ian Morrison
On behalf of FRIENDS of Canadian Broadcasting

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Related Documents:

Jan 26, 2016 — Policy Brief — FRIENDS presentation to the CRTC on Local Television (BN CRTC 2015-421) FRIENDS tells Canada's broadcast regulator that without prompt action from the CRTC, many local TV stations, particularly in small and medium markets, will likely fail.

Nov 5, 2015 — Policy Brief — Broadcasting Notice of Consultation CRTC 2015-421 - Review of Local and Community TV FRIENDS says that the CRTC and the new government should collaborate to create a policy environment that recognizes the needs and vital importance of local TV.

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