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Broadcasting Decision CRTC 2007-252-1


See also: 2007-252

Ottawa, 31 July 2007

  High Fidelity HDTV Inc., on behalf of a corporation to be incorporated
Across Canada
  Application 2007-0092-3, received 19 January 2007
Public Hearing in the National Capital Region
28 May 2007



The Commission hereby corrects paragraphs 1 and 9 of the English-language version only of Horror HD - Category 2 specialty service, Broadcasting Decision 2007-252, 26 July 2007.


The first sentence of paragraph 1 should read as follows:

High Fidelity HDTV Inc., on behalf of a corporation to be incorporated, filed an application for a broadcasting licence to operate Horror HD, a national, high definition, English-language Category 2 specialty service devoted to horror and thriller movies and other programming, such as magazine style shows, dedicated to horror and thriller subject matters.


The first sentence of paragraph 9 should read as follows:

Based on the foregoing, the Commission is satisfied that the proposed service would not be directly competitive with TMN or MPix or with other existing Category 1 or analog pay or specialty services and that the application is consistent with Public Notice 2000-6.

  Secretary General
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