Tacoma invents new city service: Cable

Hall, Lee
November 1997
Electronic Media;11/24/97, Vol. 16 Issue 48, p3
Reports about Tacoma, Washington and its entrance into the world of cable business. Installation of cables by Tacoma Public Utilities Board; Significance of TCI on Tacoma's cable projects; Reason why Tacoma entered to cable business.


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