Liberty's deal maker

Colman, Price
April 1997
Broadcasting & Cable;04/14/97, Vol. 127 Issue 16, p53
Presents an interview with Robert Bennett, president and chief executive officer of Liberty Media Corp. Vision for the company; Liberty's interest in Fox Sports; Possible sale of International Family Entertainment; Partnership with Cablevision; Search for lucrative investment sites.


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