Canadian content regulations and the formation of a national scene

@article{Henderson2008CanadianCR,
  title={Canadian content regulations and the formation of a national scene},
  author={Scott J Henderson},
  journal={Popular Music},
  year={2008},
  volume={27},
  pages={307 - 315}
}
Abstract This article addresses the ongoing impact of Canadian Content Regulations as applied to commercial radio. While commercial broadcasters have repeatedly called for a relaxation of the regulations in response to the changing music industry, particularly the increased impact of the Internet, it is possible to demonstrate that the regulations have had a positive impact on Canadian listening habits. An examination of the ‘national’ charts provided by Last.fm, a website that tracks users… 
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