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ACTRA Briefs and Studies

Background information and studies on ACTRA’s advocacy issues, including copyright reform, funding Canada’s cultural institutions and balanced regulation.


Copyright reform and the Beijing Treaty (October 2016)

Policies that keep Canadian stories on our screens (October 2016)

Policies that ensure sustainable funding for Canadian production (October 2016)

Canadian Culture Sheet (October 2016)


DM@X Digital Media at the Crossroads Report (January 2016)
Identifies the challenges and opportunities presented by changing market structures and industry dynamics to Canada’s creative industry – specifically the increasing outflow of revenue and profits to foreign companies.

Canadian Television 2020: Technological & Regulatory Impacts (December 2015)
This study provides a third-party assessment of the economic challenges facing Canadian television in light of CRTC decisions made pursuant to the 2014 Let’s Talk TV (LTTV) hearings. The study developed three potential scenarios (baseline, LTTV impact and unbundling) for the 2015 to 2020 period to analyze the impact of technological change.

What Canadians Think About TV (August 2014)
A random national telephone survey asked Canadians questions about a number of television-related issues including: the CRTC, CBC funding, pick and pay, and foreign companies (like Netflix) paying their fair share into the Canadian broadcast system.



ACTRA Report to the FIA North America/English-speaking Group (Sept. 11, 2017)
ACTRA Report to the FIA North America/English-speaking Group (Sept. 20, 2016)
ACTRA Report to the FIA North America/English-speaking Group (June 2, 2015)

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