More deals to come

Colman, Price; Higgins, John M.
March 1999
Broadcasting & Cable;03/29/99, Vol. 129 Issue 13, p4
Reports on the merger and consolidation of companies in broadcasting and cable industries in the United States. Expected consolidation activity within major cable markets; Cable operators plan to introduce advanced television, Internet and telephone services into wired homes; Increased valuations as a key driver for the hyperactive deal market; Domestic markets ripe for consolidation.


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