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Report On Business Changes are coming to Canadian TV: Here are the issues and where the big players stand

For the past two weeks, Canada's federal broadcast regulator has been playing host to a parade of television industry executives and enthusiasts to debate a huge slate of proposed changes that could radically alter the ways Canadians watch and buy their TV programming. The sheer volume of information up for discussion at the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission's Let's Talk TV hearing is massive.

Here's a breakdown of where the key players fall on the biggest issues.

Background: Jump to the end to read The Globe and Mail’s coverage of the CRTC hearings. You can also review the full list of submissions filed during the hearing.

Here's a breakdown of where the key players fall on the biggest issues.

Background: Jump to the end to read The Globe and Mail’s coverage of the CRTC hearings. You can also review the full list of submissions filed during the hearing.

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