The Canadian Broadcast Standards Council is an industry funded self-regulating organization created by the Canadian Association of Broadcasters to administer standards established by its own members, Canada's private broadcasters. Although first suggested by private broadcasters as early as 1968, the Canadian Broadcast Standards Council was not created until 1990.

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  • CBSC
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  • The Canadian Broadcast Standards Council is an industry funded self-regulating organization created by the Canadian Association of Broadcasters to administer standards established by its own members, Canada's private broadcasters. The council's membership includes more than 760 private sector radio and television stations, specialty services and networks from across Canada, programming in English, French and third languages. As such, the council allows the private broadcasting industry to be self-regulating; it acts as an intermediary in the regulatory process, which is governed by the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC). The CRTC itself generally hears complaints against only the few CBSC non-members (most notably public broadcasters such as the CBC), as well as reviews of CBSC decisions; the latter rarely lead to any additional action. Although first suggested by private broadcasters as early as 1968, the Canadian Broadcast Standards Council was not created until 1990. (en)
  • Le Conseil canadien des normes de radiotélévision (CCNR) est une organisation non-gouvernementale canadienne créée en 1990 par l'Association canadienne des radiodiffuseurs (en). Le conseil réunit environ 730 stations de radio et de télévision privées à travers le pays. Permettant une certaine forme d'autorégulation par l'industrie, il est un intermédiaire du Conseil de la radiodiffusion et des télécommunications canadiennes (CRTC). (fr)
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  • commercialradioandtelevisionbroadcasters in Canada (en)
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  • industry self-regulation
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  • active
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  • Le Conseil canadien des normes de radiotélévision (CCNR) est une organisation non-gouvernementale canadienne créée en 1990 par l'Association canadienne des radiodiffuseurs (en). Le conseil réunit environ 730 stations de radio et de télévision privées à travers le pays. Permettant une certaine forme d'autorégulation par l'industrie, il est un intermédiaire du Conseil de la radiodiffusion et des télécommunications canadiennes (CRTC). (fr)
  • The Canadian Broadcast Standards Council is an industry funded self-regulating organization created by the Canadian Association of Broadcasters to administer standards established by its own members, Canada's private broadcasters. Although first suggested by private broadcasters as early as 1968, the Canadian Broadcast Standards Council was not created until 1990. (en)
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  • Canadian Broadcast Standards Council (en)
  • Conseil canadien des normes de la radiotélévision (fr)
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  • Canadian Broadcast Standards Council (en)
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