Ellis, Leslie
June 2004
Multichannel News;6/14/2004, Vol. 25 Issue 24, p52
Comments on the lack of exact data on the market demand for CableCARD, cards for people who want a premium/scrambled video service on their digital cable-ready television (TV). Significance of knowing the exact number of cable cards that will be needed; Companies that are readying digital TV with CableCARD receptacles; Concerns about the launch of CableCARD.


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