The Canadian Press

1985-01-15 | CP-UPC

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The country's largest news service, The Canadian Press, took over its only competitor, United Press Canada in January. CP President Keith Kincaid said it was difficult for two major news agencies to operate in any one country.

Date: 1985-01-15
Placeline: Toronto, ON, Canada
Source: The Canadian Press
Length: 33 seconds

Transcript Prediction: << in an ideal world there should be two news agencies but all we have to do is look to the United States, were the Associated Press and United Press International our competitors each has millions of dollars of revenue coming to it from sales in news overseas and, I think what is happening in the US that other we were saying that there's not room for two of them there was of very much a question whether United Press International continue survive so it to agencies cannot make a the goal of any US I don't know how in the country the size of Canada the two can't >>

Clip ID: 19850115CNCP01