Tennis Gets Day In Court

Eggerton, John
October 2010
Multichannel News;10/11/2010, Vol. 31 Issue 38, p18
The article reports on the preparation of Comcast Corp.'s lawyers for the hearing called by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) following the program-access complaint filed by Tennis Channel Inc. in the U.S. INSET: FCC Asks Comcast for Carriage Deal Details.


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