Laura Martin got a gift 'Dear Laura Martin: Capitalism Isn't Dead, Love, Sean Hannity'

Gibbons, Kent; Eggerton, John
August 2010
Multichannel News;8/2/2010, Vol. 31 Issue 30, p5
The article focuses on the issue of capitalism in the cable television network industry in the U.S. It notes the note of Sean Hannity to Needham & Co. analyst Laura Martin in response to her remark that capitalism did not work in terms of resetting the economy. Martin adds that the video business is destroyed by the programmers and the consumers are gravitating to Internet and mobile applications which forces the operators to focus on mobile services, commercial services and modems.


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