The end of free television?

by Clay Chandler

Published: February 1,2010

Tags: ABC, CBS, Fox, free television, NBC, WAPT, WJTV, WLBT

Local news stations aren’t concerned When Comcast, the largest cable television company in the U.S., bought a controlling stake in NBC Universal in December, the industry was set abuzz by speculation that the cable giant would eventually move to replace the traditional free network model with a paid model used by cable channels. Such a […]

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