Motorola, Cox Kick Off DVR Push

Donohue, Steve
September 2004
Multichannel News;9/13/2004, Vol. 25 Issue 37, p28
Deals with the National Football League (NFL) promotion launched by Motorola Inc. which touted a new line of dual-tuner digital video recorders in September 2004. Features of the DCT6412 digital video recorders highlighted in the advertising campaigns; Advantage of the NFL sponsorship to the company; Cost of the digital video recorders.


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