Twice the fun

Dempsey, John
May 1994
Variety;5/2/94, Vol. 355 Issue 1, p104
Trade Publication
Focuses on the Cable Act of 1992 which allows television (TV) stations to bargain for cash payments from their local cable systems for carriage of station's signal. Clarification of the cable operators that they have no interest in ponying up cash; Resulting negotiations of TV stations for an extra channel on the local cable system as compensation for picking up the station's signal.


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