Two weeks ago, the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) — a lot like the FCC but with a bit more flavour and colour — published a digital report on the future of programming in Canada.
The report proposes to the federal government in Ottawa “new tools and regulatory approaches to support the production and promotion of audio and video content made by and for Canadians.”
What does the CRTC want? A digital creative levy.
Could the FCC be thinking about the same thing?