The hearing will be on Monday at Rogers Communications Inc. Proposed by Shaw Communications Inc. Will be launched by federal telecommunications regulators on the $ 26 billion acquisition of.
CRTC will be contacted by Rogers on behalf of Shaw, and respondents, including Telus Communications Inc., BCE Inc., and a number of stakeholders, will speak through a week-long hearing.
The Commission will consider whether to allow Rogers to take over Shaw’s broadcasting business, including British Colombia, Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitova’s cable network, satellite-based Shaw Direct TV services, and satellite relay systems.
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Regulators will consider how the acquisition will affect the competition in the broadcast industry, how it will affect current customers, and how it will affect the audio diversity of local programming and television.
In addition to CRTC, this transaction requires approval from the Competition Bureau and the Innovation, Science and Economic Development Department of Canada.
Among other issues, other regulators will investigate how this transaction affects the competition for mobile wireless, wired internet, and broadcast services.
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