Innovating All Along

November 2002
Broadcasting & Cable;Nov2002 Supplement, Vol. 132 Issue 45, p4
Discusses the plans of U.S. cable television network Home Box Office (HBO) to double the number of HBO On Demand installations by end of the year 2002. Viewership of original series on HBO On Demand; Technological innovations undertaken by HBO On Demand; Transmission of HBO's programming in high definition television.


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