Cooper, Jim
May 2000
Adweek Western Edition;05/08/2000, Vol. 50 Issue 19, pC6
Trade Publication
Focuses on the competition between cable advertising and broadcast networks marketplace in the United States. Prediction about the size of the cable market; Cross-media selling strategy of cable companies; Possibility of having simultaneous broadcast and cable upfronts.


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