TVN's targeted digital approach

Brown, Peter J.
June 1998
Broadcasting & Cable;06/08/98, Vol. 128 Issue 24, p42
Reports that TVN Entertainment is targeting to improve and expand its digital cable services. Business background of TVN; Target systems of TVN; Programming services of the company's Digital Cable TV; Explanations from Jim Ramo, TVN president.


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