Television v proposal essay

CFGS in Gatineau is part of the Ottawa television market, and is carried in both analogue and digital on cable systems in nearly all of Eastern Ontario . Eastlink systems in Northeastern Ontario also carry CFGS in both analogue and digital. Rogers Cable systems in Central and Southwestern Ontario and the Greater Toronto Area , offer CFGS on their digital tier. CFTF in Rivière-du-Loup has a rebroadcaster in Edmundston , New Brunswick —the network's only over-the-air transmitter outside of Quebec—and is carried in both analogue and digital across most of northern New Brunswick.

The 1996 Act modified the regulation of cable programming services and the rate complaint process established under the 1992 Cable Act.  Pursuant to the 1996 Act, the Commission's authority to regulate the rates charged for cable programming services (those are the channels that are not on cable system's basic tier and are not sold on a per-channel or per-program basis) was terminated for services provided after March 31, 1999.  Therefore, the rates charged for cable programming services are determined by the cable company and the Commission does not have the authority to review these rates or to investigate allegations that the rates are excessive.  The 1996 Act did not modify the local franchising authority's ability to regulate basic cable rates.  Therefore, complaints about basic cable rates should be filed with the franchise authority.

Television v proposal essay

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