VOD Gets Big Boost
- Advice: Cable best avoid digital razzle dazzle. Hall, Lee // Electronic Media;08/17/98, Vol. 17 Issue 34, p3
Reports on the development of interactive television by cable operators in the United States. Failure of early efforts; Introduction of innovative television set-tops; Processing handled by servers at the system headend; Distribution agreements between cable systems and content suppliers.
- Cable ready. Callaghan, D. P. // Hollywood Reporter -- International Edition;5/14/002, Vol. 373 Issue 23, pS-22
Focuses on the significance of the cable television networks in marketing a motion picture. Ability to produce creative marketing for a motion picture; Efficiency in programming a movie with added value in engineered programming; Appeal of the cable television in marketing a film to the consumers.
- Movie buffs find screen gems on cable TV. Mason, M.S. // Christian Science Monitor;6/9/2000, Vol. 92 Issue 139, p16
Reports on classic motion pictures being aired on cable television, in light of festivals of networks on which the motion pictures are broadcasting.
- Future stock: Movie libraries dictate next cable net battle. Dempsey, John // Variety;5/29/95, Vol. 359 Issue 5, p21
Reports that theatrical movies are becoming the battleground for the cable-network wars of the late 1990s. Cable television operators' search for movie channels; Expansion of channel capacity.
- SUMMER MOVIE HITS. // Multichannel News;7/26/2010, Vol. 31 Issue 29, p10
The article lists the top most-watched cable movies of 2010 including "The Client's List," "Revenge of the Bridesmaids," and "Meteor Storm."
- in the news. // Variety;4/26/2010, Vol. 418 Issue 11, p2
Presented are brief news stories concerning the entertainment industry including information on motion pictures and cable television.
- Honeymoon in Vegas. Brown, Roger // CED;Feb2003, Vol. 29 Issue 2, p4
Focuses on the impact of the Consumer Electronics Show on the cable television industry in Las Vegas, Nevada. Features of the event; Emphasis on the Go2Broadband project; Availability of the advanced services to consumers.
- How Much Will Consumers Pay? A Hedonic Analysis of the Cable Television Industry. Anstine, Diane Bruce // Review of Industrial Organization;Sep2001, Vol. 19 Issue 2, p129
Develops a modified hedonic framework that determines the marginal willingness to pay by consumers for individual cable networks. Cable television operator's cable programming services; Importance of regional differences in determining demand for cable; Consumers' willingness to pay for more...
- Rebate Settle Suit in Ky. Haugsted, Linda // Multichannel News;11/18/2002, Vol. 23 Issue 46, p22
Reports that past and present cable customers in Jefferson County, Kentucky will receive rebates to resolve a class action lawsuit over an improper passage of property taxes. Effect of the resolution on consumers; Complaints of local franchising authorities against the taxes; Reactions of...