CIMA Submission to Canadian Heritage 2016 Digital World Policy Consultation
November 25, 2016 – CIMA participated in the Department of Canadian Heritage’s Canadian Content in a Digital World policy consultation, outlining measures that can be taken to update Canada’s cultural policies and make them more compatible with the needs of a digital world. In particular, CIMA recommended establishing a more level playing field in the cultural economy, enabling independent music creators to be more fairly compensated for the increased consumption of their content on online streaming sites and other digital media platforms.
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