Cable television's top 10 MSOs at a glance

December 1996
Broadcasting & Cable;12/09/96, Vol. 126 Issue 51, p79
Trade Publication
Profiles the ten top cable operators in the United States. Includes Tele-Communications Inc.; Time Warner Cable; US West Media Corp.


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