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CRTC continues Let's Talk TV initiative

The Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission has launched an interactive survey as part of its "Let's Talk TV" program. The program, which began in October 2014, is intended to gauge Canadian attitudes toward the nation's television system. This second phase takes the form of a questionnaire presenting a series of scenarios reflecting the Canadian television system, using the comments collected in the first phase as a basis.

"The purpose of Choicebook is to get Canadians thinking about the future of their television system," said CRTC chairman Jean-Pierre Blais. "We are aware that some of the questions are provocative. Canadians' responses will help us make the tough choices required in order to shape a television system that meets the collective needs of Canadians. We are open to all suggestions, and all possibilities will be considered as long as they are within the scope of our mandate."

The survey will be available at <http://www.crtc.gc.ca/talktv> until March 14. Paper copies are also available from the CRTC.

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