Canal in dispute with collection agencies

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Posted 7 July 2017, 4.43am edt

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Canal Plus is looking to change the way it contributes to the French creative industries. The pay-TV broadcaster has announced plans to rationalise the way it invests in the sector. “Canal+ will pay the rights holders on the basis of the works ...

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