Guess it just wasn't Fox's week

January 2000
Multichannel News;01/10/2000, Vol. 21 Issue 2, p6
Reports on developments pertaining to the television industry in the United States recent to January 10, 2000. Power-loss at Comcast's system in Little Rock, Arkansas during Fox Television's New Year's day Cotton Bowl telecast; Screening of episodes of HBO's `The Sopranos'; Television series appearances by weathercasters; Use of cable to link kitchen appliances to the Internet.


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