VDT opponents hope to raise new hurdles

Stern, Christopher
May 1994
Broadcasting & Cable;5/23/94, Vol. 124 Issue 21, p103
Reports on the New Jersey Cable Television Association and the National Cable Television Association's call for Federal Communications Commission (FCC) to investigate possible violations of video dialtone (VDT) rules by telephone companies. Cable industry's allegation that Bell Atlantic installed video equipment in New Jersey; Arguments of Bell Atlantic on the cable industry's accusations.


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