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Commission dealing with a host of applications in November

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OTTAWA - Besides the subscription radio applications it will dissect beginning on All Saints Day, the CRTC today set out the myriad other broadcast applications it will be dealing with during a public hearing starting November 1st.

After the Commission hears from all three parties wishing a digital subscription radio service, it will then hear 38 other applications, including a number of competing applications for new radio stations in Ottawa-Gatineau, PrideVision's request for an adult channel, CanWest's application for Lonestar II, and for approval on Newcap's recently announced purchases in Thunder Bay and Lloydminster.

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