have to, to a certain degree, be concerned about the underlying economic model, said Blais.
an idea that we want to explore, said Blais, who stressed that the proposal is open for debate.
CRTC offers up broad proposals for changing TV delivery system
Canada broadcast regulator has issued broad new proposals that could, if adopted, dramatically alter how Canadians receive and pay for their television.
In the end, Blais said that while consumers should benefit from more choice through the changes, they will have to pay something for the services they receive.
Consumers should be allowed to buy TV channels one at a time, without having to pay for a basic Air Max 90 Premium Mesh
service, no matter how pared down, he said.
enforce, and is giving the public until Sept. 19 to offer comments on the proposals online.
Roughly eight per cent of Canadian TV viewers get their content using antennas, without paying a service provider to deliver programming.
But at least one consumer group says the CRTC hasn gone far enough and should allow Canadians a choice. store do you walk into, or anywhere else, where you told you got to buy certain things before you can buy what you want? said Bruce Cran, president of the Consumers' Association of Canada.
providers) would be required to allow subscribers to build their own custom packages of discretionary programming services, the CRTC said in a table incorporated in a new notice of hearing.
The proposals issued Thursday by the Canadian Radio television and Telecommunications Commission include requiring cable and satellite providers to offer a basic service made up primarily of local Canadian channels something CRTC chairman Jean Pierre Blais calls basic. CRTC is also proposing a so called pick and pay structure that would allow Canadians to choose individual channels, on top of a basic service.
Other proposals unveiled Thursday include requiring service providers to offer build your own channel packages or allowing them to continue offering the same packages that are currently on the market.
The CRTC also proposes allowing television stations and networks to count revenues from online or other delivery platforms toward their overall revenue base.
makes absolutely no sense as far as the consumers point of view. Cran said he understands the CRTC has a mandate under the Broadcasting Act to ensure a certain amount of Canadian content, and that programming is delivered that reflects to Canadians. Minister James Moore first indicated last October that he like to see more choice for Canadian television consumers.
providers) could still offer pre assembled packages. the same time, the regulator proposes allowing local TV stations to shut down their transmitters a move that might not sit well with consumers who prefer to get their TV programming over 2017 Nike Air Max 90
Otherwise, he said, the programs they want simply would not exist.
Canadians consume television content, what is television content, how technology is influencing that, is so significant that I expect out of this there be considerable change, he said.
The government then laid out its plans to overhaul the country TV distribution system in its speech from the throne, which included a proposed service structure.
The regulator touches on that in its notice, proposing that program suppliers be banned from demanding penetration based rates for their programming.
A public hearing will also be held Sept. 8 in Gatineau, Que.
But some service providers have said they need the ability to rework contracts with television program suppliers if the CRTC wants true pricing for consumers.
love to have that great content, but it still has to be made and paid for. new regulations are adopted, the CRTC said Nike Air Max 90 Black Volt it expects them to come into force by December 2015.
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A number of companies, most of them in eastern Canada, already offer basic service plans and options.
The proposals, which have evolved through consultations with the public and industry over the past year, will likely result in a major departure from the current TV content delivery model, Blais said Thursday in an interview.
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