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Television Viewers, Retransmission Consent, and the Public Interest
Communications, Technology, and the Internet Subcommittee
Senate Commerce Committee
Nov 17 2010
A hearing on television viewers, retransmission consent, and the public interest.
Chairman, President and CEO
Time Warner Cable
Deputy Chairman, President and COO
Cablevision Systems Corp.
President and CEO
Univision Communications Inc.
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- CBS' Franks: Some Distributors Trying to Game Retransmission System
- Affiliates Make Case to Commerce for Retaining Retransmission
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