ARCHIVED - Broadcasting Decision CRTC 2010-193-1
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Route reference: 2010-193
Additional reference: 2009-803
Ottawa, 30 July 2010
Application 2009-1222-1, received 3 September 2009
Christian Channel Inc.
Fraser Valley, British Columbia and Winnipeg, Manitoba
Application 2009-1223-9, received 4 September 2009
ONE: The Body, Mind and Spirit Channel Inc.
Application 2009-1224-7, received 4 September 2009
Application 2009-1278-4, received 17 September 2009
Public Hearing in the National Capital Region
22 February 2010
Vision TV – Acquisition of assets
CHNU-TV Fraser Valley and CIIT-TV Winnipeg – Change in effective control
ONE: The Body, Mind and Spirit Channel – Change in effective control
Classical Digital, CFZM, CFMZ-FM, CFMZ-DR-1 Toronto, and CFMX-FM Cobourg – Corporate reorganization
1. In Vision TV – Acquisition of assets; CHNU-TV Fraser Valley and CIIT-TV Winnipeg – Change in effective control; ONE: The Body, Mind and Spirit Channel – Change in effective control; Classical Digital, CFZM, CFMZ-FM, CFMZ-DR-1 Toronto, and CFMX-FM Cobourg – Corporate reorganization, Broadcasting Decision CRTC 2010-193, 30 March 2010 (Broadcasting Decision 2010-193), the Commission set out its determinations relating to, among other things, applications for authority to effect a multi-step transaction involving the Category 1 specialty television programming undertaking ONE: The Body, Mind and Spirit Channel (ONE) and the television programming undertakings CHNU-TV Fraser Valley and CIIT-TV Winnipeg.
2. In regard to the part of Broadcasting Decision 2010-193 that relates to the change in the effective control of CHNU-TV and CIIT-TV, the Commission notes that errors appeared in certain conditions of licence set out in Appendices 4 and 5 to that decision. Accordingly, the Commission hereby corrects those conditions of licence as follows:
- condition of licence 6, which relates to the broadcast of advertising, shall now read as follows:
6. The licensee shall not broadcast more than 12 minutes of solicitation per hour, and all advertising material, including solicitation, shall not exceed the advertising limits set out in subsection 11(1) of the Television Broadcasting Regulations, 1987. For clarification purposes, this condition applies to all regular programming as well as to brokered or “paid to air” programming.
- condition of licence 8, which relates to described programming, shall now read as follows:
8. Beginning in the 2009-2010 broadcast year, at least 4 hours per month of descriptive video shall be provided. Over the licence term, 50% of the described programming shall be original programming.
- condition of licence 9, which relates to tangible benefits expenditures, shall now read as follows:
9. The licensee shall fulfill, by 31 August 2012, all outstanding required tangible benefit expenditures flowing from Christian Channel Inc.’s acquisition of the assets of the television programming undertakings CHNU-TV Fraser Valley and CIIT-TV Winnipeg, approved in Acquisition of assets, Broadcasting Decision CRTC 2008-71, 31 March 2008.
3. In addition, in regard to the part of Broadcasting Decision 2010-193 that relates to the change in the effective control of ONE, the Commission hereby adds the following introductory statement to Appendix 3 of that decision:
The licence for the national, English-language Category 1 specialty programming undertaking known as ONE: The Body, Mind and Spirit Channel will be subject to the following conditions, as well as those set out in both Introductory statement – Licensing of new digital pay and specialty services, Public Notice CRTC 2000-171, 14 December 2000, and the licence to be issued.
*This decision is to be appended to each licence.
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