It's Only Television

July 2003
Broadcasting & Cable;7/7/2003, Vol. 133 Issue 27, p25
Focuses on performance of cable television network Home Box Office (HBO) in broadcasting of television programs. Estimation of viewership for HBO; Lack of commercials between programs broadcast on HBO; Efforts taken by HBO for broadcasting quality television programs; Differences in idea adopted by HBO and other cable television network for commercial television programs.


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