Ops Rebut Retrans 'Gains'

Moss, Linda
May 2005
Multichannel News;5/16/2005, Vol. 26 Issue 20, p4
Focuses on the inquiries launched by Cable One Inc. and Cox Communications Inc. regarding the claims of Nexstar Broadcasting Group Inc. that its TV stations have not seen ratings decline after losing its cable carriage. Response of Tom Basinger, vide president of Cable One, on Nexstar's ratings claims; Comments of Nexstar CEO Perry Sook on the performance of Nexstar stations; Evidence of the ratings decline of Nexstar stations.


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