A happily ever after?

Halonen, Doug; Lafayette, Jon
May 2000
Electronic Media;05/08/2000, Vol. 19 Issue 19, p1A
Reports that Walt Disney Co. expects to complete a cable-television retransmission deal with Time Warner Inc. by July 15, 2000. Time Warner's decision to pull American Broadcasting Co.'s (ABC) stations off its systems in the first week of May 2000; Time Warner subscribers' displeasure over the decision to block out ABC broadcasts; Extension of retransmission rights.


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