Cable Cut Knocks Out East L.A. Viewers

Haugsted, Linda
June 2000
Multichannel News;06/26/2000, Vol. 21 Issue 26, p14
Reports on the sabotage of Buenavision Cable TV's cable plant in East Los Angeles, California that prevented residents in the area where Oscar De La Hoya grew up watching his boxing championship fight against Shane Mosley on pay-per-view. Saboteur's cutting of fiber optic strands in an underground vault; Costs of the sabotage to the operator.


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