Disney Bounces Videos, Concerts from Schedule

Umstead, R. Thomas
June 2001
Multichannel News;6/25/2001, Vol. 22 Issue 26, p20
Reports trends in music-oriented programming by cable networks in the United States. Removal of the music video and concert programming in the program lineup of Disney Channel; Offer of music programs by Nickelodeon and Fox Family; Impact of music programming on Fox Family Channel; Suit filed by music companies against MTVI Group for using copyrighted music.


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