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New York, New York / Cable Television War #163012

ABC Evening News for Sunday, Oct 13, 1996
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(Studio: Carole Simpson) The launching of Rupert Murdoch's 24-hours Fox News channel noted.

(New York: Antonio Mora) The cable television war in New York City brought about by the refusal of Time Warner, which now includes CNN, to carry Fox News on its cable systems featured. [The News Corporation Limited Bill SQUADRON, Time Warner, Incorporated, Richard PARSONS, New York City Mayor Rudolph GIULIANI - offer differing opinions on the Fox access issue.] The power politics behind cable in New York City explained. [New York Daily News Eric MINK - comments.] The likelihood that the wave of media mergers will cause similar problems in cable systems in other cities mentioned.

Mora, Antonio;
Simpson, Carole

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