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  • n. Alternative form of CanCon.

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Examples

  • *Cancon = "Canadian content" (Canadian radio and tv stations (but not actually Canadian blogs) are required to have a certain percentage of their content be cancon).

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  • The Mexican press picked it up, and Mexico's first TV channel will be with us in Cancon.

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  • On Sept. 9, I'll be in Cancon; it is the closest I can get to Cancun.

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  • What I am saying is that the Cancon rule has done all that it can do.

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  • While Cancon has helped lay a solid foundation for the emergence of Canadian stars, we cannot expect this governmental mechanism to nurture the next great flowering of Canadian music.

    Canadian Music at a Crossroad: 10 Reasons Why Canada's Music Industry Needs a New Policy Framework

  • At least 35 per cent of music played on radio stations must be Canadian in order to meet Cancon requirements.

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  • The vertically integrated, dominant telecom, cable and internet service providers love the approach because it has given them a green light to develop new markets while letting them off the hook with respect to issues about vertical integration, anti-competitive behaviour, Cancon requirements and funding commitments in the emerging digital media universe.

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  • ISP levies; extending Section 19 Income Tax Act Exemptions so that adverting on Canadian Internet sites can be written off just as it is for Canadian-owned newspapers, magazines and broadcasters; Canadian Media Fund contributions; Cancon Quotas, etc.

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  • The redefined categories, he adds, will give highly-rated Cancon shows - such as Republic of Doyle - a greater opportunity to shine on awards night.

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  • Her quasi-kitschy Cancon aesthetic has proved to be so popular that Tarasick had to quit her job as a salesperson at

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