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COMS 2600 Lecture 4: CanCon (Page 1)
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Department
Communication and Media Studies
Course
COMS 2600
Professor
Rena Bivens
Semester
winter

Description
Do we need Canadian Content? David Young: Yes 71: CanCon regulations come into effect. Private broadcasters were against the regulations, while the artists themselves were for it Origin of narrative 50s-60s, barely any airplay American content was more popular, brought in more profit CanCon intervenes with a 30% content regulation (MAPL) MAPL: Music, Artist, Performance, Lyrics. Canadian content has to fit into at least
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