Liberals’ Internet Regulation Bill Must Provide ‘Flexible’ Definition of Canadian Content, Media Executives Say

The Liberals’ pending internet regulation bill must provide a “flexible” definition of what it considers to be “Canadian content” if it is going to successfully promote Canadian culture and creators for the country’s viewership, several media giant executives say.
“The rules defining what qualifies as Canadian content should be updated and related obligations should reflect the audio streaming model,” said Nathan Wiszniak, Spotify’s head of artist and label partnerships, during a Sept. 15 testimony before the Senate communications committee.
“Given the scale of streaming libraries, the industry will benefit if platforms can make good-faith, commercially real reasonable judgments to identify Canadian content using the expertise and information available to them,” Wiszniak continued….

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