Stations Fight Back Across the Board

Malone, Michael
January 2010
Broadcasting & Cable;1/25/2010, Vol. 140 Issue 4, p4
The article focuses on issues related to the television (TV) network-affiliate relationship in the U.S. It mentions on the conflicts between the National Broadcasting Company Inc. (NBC) and its affiliate networks. NBC's board chairman Michael Fiorile states that the recent confrontations with the network had not caused any gaps between the company and its affiliate networks.


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