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Broadcasting Decision CRTC 2002-316

Ottawa, 16 October 2002

WETV Canada Corporation
Across Canada

Application 2002-0285-4
Public Notice CRTC 2002-28
29 May 2002

Amendment to the definition of "broadcast day"


The Commission approves the application by WETV Canada Corporation to amend the condition of licence of the Category 2 national specialty television service The Green Channel, relating to the definition of the term "broadcast day".


No interventions were filed in connection with this application.


The amended condition of licence for the above-mentioned service will read as follows:

"broadcast day" means a 24-hour period beginning at 24:00 (midnight).


The applicant stated that a full 24-hour service will ensure availability of the service to its subscribers at any time in all time zones.


In approving this application, the Commission has taken into account the fact that the proposed definition of "broadcast day" will not affect the nature of the service or any other condition of licence.

Secretary General

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