News Now, Every Minute

Dunn, Larry; Steinert-Ihrelkeld, Tom
November 2007
Multichannel News;11/19/2007, Vol. 27 Issue 46, p38
The article highlights changes and updates to the periodical. According to the authors, the periodical offers more stories and more information in condensed form. The authors claims that readers can see the health of the industry atop the Scoreboard page, in a current price for the Multichannel Multimedia Index. The authors promises the periodical is preparing for the next quarter century, when services of all types are delivered by multiple competing providers on multiple competing platforms.


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