Radio Subsidy Worth $8M

Broadcasters are saving about $8 million a year under a 1997 law that caps royalties for playing Canadian music, the Commons industry committee was told yesterday. Radio stations have lobbied to retain the cap that fixes royalties at as little as $100 a year: “No other country has a similar subsidy.”

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