All for one, and one for all

Van Tassel, Joan
April 2001
Broadcasting & Cable;04/23/2001, Vol. 131 Issue 17, p52
Trade Publication
Focuses on centralized broadcasting or centralcasting, a method of controlling multiple television stations in many cities from a single hub station in the United States. Cost effectiveness of centralcasting; Issues related to centralcasting; Networks adopting centralcasting strategies; Centralcasting solutions; Features of hub stations.


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