Chill Hits Cable-CE Talks

Stump, Matt
March 2005
Multichannel News;3/7/2005, Vol. 26 Issue 10, p30
Focuses on a letter to the U.S. Federal Communications Commission from Microsoft Corp., Time Warner Inc, and Comcast Corp. executives asking regulators to stop the scheduled demise of set-tops with conditional access technology. Plans of the executives for the video on demand technology; Actions taken by the Consumer Electronics Association (CEA) against the letter; Message of CEA president Gary Shapiro to cable companies.


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