The Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission released two backgrounder reports on ways to regulate new media, commissioned before a public hearing on new media. “The CRTC commissioned the reports but did not in any way mandate the outcomes,” said its press release. The CRTC is not bound by the report’s findings, noted an online report by CBC.

The reports were done by economics professor Eli Noam of the Columbia Business School and Nanos Research, a market and public opinion research firm.

The Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission released two backgrounder reports on ways to regulate new media, commissioned before a public hearing on new media. “The CRTC commissioned the reports but did not in any way mandate the outcomes,” said its press release. The CRTC is not bound by the report’s findings, noted an online report by CBC.

The reports were done by economics professor Eli Noam of the Columbia Business School and Nanos Research, a market and public opinion research firm.