Goodmon: Stop the Slingbox!

February 2006
Broadcasting & Cable;2/6/2006, Vol. 136 Issue 6, p9
Reports on the views of Jim Goodmon, president of Capitol Broadcasting on Slingbox, a device developed by Sling Media that allow users users to watch and control the television remotely via the Internet. Remarks of Goodmon on the legality of the device; Response of Sling Media spokesman Brian Jaquet on the statement of Goodmon.


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