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Canada's private broadcasters consider copyright reform to be a key priority. Bill C-32 presents the best opportunity to date to achieve balance in copyright, and we are working hard to support the passage of this Bill.
 




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The CAB underwent major restructuring and as a result significantly redefined its mandate starting June 1st, 2010. Canada’s private broadcasters continue to work together on matters of central importance to the entire industry, the most important of which is copyright. As an industry, our business involves connecting consumers with music and entertainment, and developing and promoting new creative talent. Our ability to succeed in a global communications environment is significantly hampered by the fact that we are required to pay the same recipients (often large multinationals) multiple times because of a broken and unbalanced copyright regime. Bill C-32 presents the best opportunity to date to achieve balance in copyright, and we are working hard to support the passage of this Bill.


 
 
 
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