TITLE

Reregulation's winners and losers

PUB. DATE
November 1992
SOURCE
Advertising Age;11/30/1992, Vol. 63 Issue 49, p34
SOURCE TYPE
Trade Publication
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
This article discusses how reregulation of cable television in the U.S. will benefit and implicate various sectors in the country. The cable bill will enable local broadcast stations to get guaranteed space on cable systems or create another income source. Under reregulation, a local station can order cable systems to carry its signal or asks systems to pay for its service. One area of service the telephone industry hopes to enter is cable television. Reregulation makes their quest harder, for now.
ACCESSION #
9301100594

 

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