CRTC encourages innovative ways of presenting content for digital media

To encourage innovative ways of presenting content and the creation of compelling content for digital media, including Internet and mobile video services, the CRTC allows companies to provide exclusive content to their subscribers, as long as it is not created mainly for traditional television.

On March 16, 2015 the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) ruled in favour of innovation by dismissing a complaint which stated that Rogers Media was granting undue preference to its subscribers by providing them with exclusive content through its online service GamePlus.

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Cathy Hubbell

Cathy Hubbell

Cathy is a writer and the production co-ordinator for She is one of the founding members of notTV. Cathy also enjoys meditation and a good book.

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