Time Warner Battles 'Future' Ad

Spangler, Todd
February 2007
Multichannel News;2/12/2007, Vol. 28 Issue 7, p4
The article reports on the plan of Time Warner Cable to stop "Back to the Future" actor Christopher Lloyd from claiming the direct-broadcast satellite operator can offer more high definition capability than cable. The cable company upgraded its legal strategy after a federal judge granted its request for preliminary injunction blocking DirecTV advertisements.


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