ABC Evening News for Monday, May 01, 2000
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(Studio: Peter Jennings) The fight between Time Warner and Disney that has resulted in ABC being taken off the air on Time Warner cable introduced.
(New York: Aaron Brown) The nasty television dispute over how much time Warner should pay to broadcast ABC programs over its cable systems examined; details given of which each sides wants. [Walt Disney Company President Robert IGER - criticizes Time Warner; says an AOL-Time Warner merger could produce unfair competition.] [Time Warner Cable of New York City President Barry ROSENBLUM - comments on Disney demands.] [Broadcasting Magazine editor Harry JESSELL - cites the risks for both sides.]
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