A Market Grows Up

Karrfalt, Wayne
October 2003
Multichannel News;10/27/2003, Vol. 24 Issue 43, p3A
Deals with renewed focus to the Hispanic cable television industry in the U.S. Merger between Univision Communications and Hispanic Broadcasting Corp.; Percentage of increase in the Hispanic buying power; Actions taken by the cable industry to serve the Hispanic market.


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