The Copyright Board has today released its reasons for decision for its Canadian satellite radio services tariff. It also published a news release, which provides an interesting comparison to rates in the USA.
The Board consolidated the applications by three collectives into one hearing. The hearing took place in late November and early December of 2007.
We also eagerly await the decision in the K-12 reprography hearing that took place around the same time.
PS - more on the US situation here and here and here.
Wednesday, April 08, 2009
Satellite Radio Tariffs in Canada
Posted by Howard Knopf at 4:40 pm
Labels: canada, copyright board, satellite radio
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