Tillson, Tamsen
January 2001
Variety;01/15/2001, Vol. 381 Issue 8, p47
Trade Publication
Calls for the intervention of the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission on the complaints of Star Choice satellite television company against the restriction of its satellite access by Telesat company. Details on the protest of Canadian Satellite Communications, the parent company of Star Choice, regarding the reduction of Star Choice's access on the satellite Anik F-1; Response of Telesat on the accusations of Star Choice.


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