December 2006
Multichannel News;12/18/2006, Vol. 27 Issue 50, p84
The article presents brief interviews for Tom Freston of Viacom Inc., John Roberts of GSN and Marwan Fawaz of Charter Communications Inc. When asked why he enters music industry, Freston explains that music could change the world. Roberts expresses his opinion on the withdrawal of the much-criticized book and television special on the O.J. Simpson homicide case titled "If I Did It." Fawaz reveals that cable technology experts wanted that coveted waiver should be imposed in July 2007.


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