Yes played fair with Cablevision

Hindery, Leo
April 2003
Daily Variety;4/9/2003, Vol. 279 Issue 3, p15
Trade Publication
Reports on the settlement agreement between television broadcasting companies YES Network and Cablevision. Objectives of the agreement; Terms of the agreement; Purposes of the interim deal between YES and Cablevision.


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