No Shame

Forbes, Steve
September 2005
Forbes Asia;9/19/2005, Vol. 1 Issue 2, p11
The author opines on the competition between cable television and telephone companies in the U.S. He states that cable companies want to force telephone firms to have to get permission from every cities to furnish video products. He criticizes the cable sector for its efforts to prevent telephone firms from delivering television service in the country. He asserts that the Federal Communications Commission is reluctant to hasten the process of telecommunication deregulation.


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