Hearst, ops extend retrans talks

Donohue, Steve
January 2000
Multichannel News;01/24/2000, Vol. 21 Issue 4, p2
Reports on Hearst-Argyle Television Inc.'s extension of its retransmission-consent agreements with Cox Communications, Charter Communications, Comcast Corp. and Cable One Inc., until January 26, 2000. Extension of Time Warner Cable's retransmission deal until February 15, 2000; Plan of packaging sharp license-fee increases.


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