Mediacom, Sinclair Gird for Fight

Moss, Linda
November 2006
Multichannel News;11/6/2006, Vol. 27 Issue 44, p4
The article reports on the retransmission-consent of Mediacom Communications and Sinclair Broadcast Group Inc. It is expected that the dispute would remove popular programming and professional and college-football games from Iowa's cable system. Mediacom is notifying its affected customers that the Sinclair-owned television stations may no longer be available in its service starting December 1, 2006. Among the stations affected by the disagreement include Des Moines and Cedar Rapids.


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