May 2006
Multichannel News;5/29/2006, Vol. 27 Issue 22, p18
Presents comments from media reporters on network-based digital video recording (DVR) in the U.S. Cynthia Brumfield of the "IP Democracy" periodical on the outcome of preliminary injunction request against Cablevision Systems Corp.'s network-based DVR; Stacy Baird of "Billboard" periodical on the Supreme Court's Betamax standard; Andy Serwer, a Cable News Network reporter, on a lawsuit filed by television networks against Cablevision.


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