Tell the CRTC to require financial disclosure by Canada's large broadcasters

Friends of Canadian Broadcasting have asked everyone to send a letter to the CRTC about financial disclosures from broadcasters.

Broadcasters are important stakeholders in the Copyright debate, and need to have adequate financial disclosure to accompany their policy claims. Broadcasters are being asked to pay royalties on ephemeral recordings which should be considered private and not covered by Copyright, but they also have their own copyright in their broadcasts (as well as content they have actually created themselves) and try to impose similarly invalid controls on the private uses of their broadcasts.