Comcast Sets Cost for MASN: $2 Per Sub

Reynolds, Mike
August 2006
Multichannel News;8/21/2006, Vol. 27 Issue 33, p14
The article reports that the cable bills for 1.6 million Comcast Corp. subscribers are going to increase in the wake of the cable operator's August 4, 2006 agreement with Mid-Atlantic Sports Network (MASN). According to Jennifer Khoury, senior director of corporate communications, local systems are still evaluating which channels will be bumped for MASN. The agreement was prompted by the Federal Communications Commission order outlining the approval of Comcast, and Time Warner Cable's acquisition of Adelphia Communications Corp.


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