Canada’s revised content law

The World

Commercial radio stations in Canada are getting new marching orders from national regulators. The stations were lobbying to cut long-standing quotas that require a minimum of 35% Canadian content. But the Canadian Radio and Television Commission says they’ll have to stick to those quotas. And they’ll have to include more music from emerging artists. Anita Elash has the story.

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