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Moss, Linda; Stump, Matt; Farrell, Mike
November 2005
Multichannel News;11/14/2005, Vol. 26 Issue 47, p3
Focuses on the decision of television broadcasting companies in the U.S. to charge its viewers for on-demand access of their prime time television programs. Views of Timothy Hanlon, senior vice president at Starcom MediaVest Group, on video content offerings of some Internet companies; Reasons behind the refusal of Comcast to charge customers for videos on-demand; Philosophy of CBS in showing on demand programs.


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