In the eyes of today’s CRTC chair, the consumer is king

But if Jean-Pierre Blais really wants to reflect Canadian broadcast history, he would well advised to listen to the words of esteemed Canadian television pioneer, Graham Spry.

The conundrum of Canadian broadcast policy was never more evident than in a recent speech by chief regulator Jean-Pierre Blais.
The Hill Times photograph by Jake Wright


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