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Opinion | BY LOU RAGAGNIN | May 17, 2023
Canadian Heritage Minister Pablo Rodriguez. On behalf of rights holders, Re:Sound congratulates the Canadian government for protecting Canadian Content through Bill C-11, but it is now time for the feds to urgently update the Copyright Act, writes Re:Sound CEO Lou Ragagnin. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY LOU RAGAGNIN | May 17, 2023
Opinion | BY LOU RAGAGNIN | May 17, 2023
Canadian Heritage Minister Pablo Rodriguez. On behalf of rights holders, Re:Sound congratulates the Canadian government for protecting Canadian Content through Bill C-11, but it is now time for the feds to urgently update the Copyright Act, writes Re:Sound CEO Lou Ragagnin. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY LOU RAGAGNIN | May 25, 2022
Re:Sound Canada has urged Heritage Minister Pablo Rodriguez, left, and Innovation Minister François-Philippe Champagne to make changes to the Copyright Act. Lou Ragagnin, the group's president, writes that three key changes need to be made: removing the 'temporary' $1.25-million commercial radio exemption, updating the definition of sound recording, and updating the private copying levy.  The Hill Times photographs by Andrew Meade, Sam Garcia
Opinion | BY LOU RAGAGNIN | May 25, 2022
Opinion | BY LOU RAGAGNIN | May 25, 2022
Re:Sound Canada has urged Heritage Minister Pablo Rodriguez, left, and Innovation Minister François-Philippe Champagne to make changes to the Copyright Act. Lou Ragagnin, the group's president, writes that three key changes need to be made: removing the 'temporary' $1.25-million commercial radio exemption, updating the definition of sound recording, and updating the private copying levy.  The Hill Times photographs by Andrew Meade, Sam Garcia