CTV Newsnet now able to get out of “headline news” format

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Good news, methinks, by and large.  And not a moment in Canadian Liberal Party corruption history too soon. 

Hat tip to our friends at CBCWatch.ca for this:

CRTC grants CTV wish: Newsnet no longer shackled by 15-minute headline format

Thu Apr 7, 2005

TORONTO (CP) – Newsnet, CTV’s headline news specialty channel, will no longer be required to operate in a 15-minute news wheel, the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission ruled Thursday.

Over the years, Newsnet’s penchant for departing from its headline format to carry live, breaking news, sparked complaints from the CBC which argued that only its Newsworld channel was so authorized.

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