The CRTC and Broadcasting Regulation in Canada
Available in the Osgoode Hall Law School Library
This book reviews the state of play of the CRTC and broadcasting regulation in Canada at a time when much is changing in the broadcasting environment. It examines CRTC decisions, past and present, in light of the reasoning that lies behind them and their implications for Canadian broadcasting, public access, freedom of expression and competition. Each chapter looks at a different aspect of the CRTC’s work, discussing it in plain language and also providing extensive endnotes based on CRTC decisions. In a field of endeavor so thoroughly infused with controversy, the book provides a summary of the main issues and debates, along with an epilogue that offers the authors’ analysis of the past four decades of broadcasting regulation.
Canadian Radio-Television and Telecommunications Commission; Broadcasting--Law and legislation; Telecommunication--Law and legislation; Canada
Salter, Liora and Odartey-Wellington, Felix N. L., "The CRTC and Broadcasting Regulation in Canada" (2008). Books. 156.