|Re: Cable TV Advertising (was 'Transitional Fair Use'...)|
|Neal McLain (firstname.lastname@example.org)|
Mon, 20 Dec 2004 00:37:04 -0600
> Gee, I'd sure like to know who "they" are.
> [TELECOM Digest Editor's Note: Well, I do not know who 'they'
I think whoever told you that was either misinformed or pulling your
In the late 1950's, very few cable TV systems carried anything other
As it happens, the "Weather Scan" was introduced in 1958 -- the
Source: "Cable History: 1950." Denver: The Cable Center, 2004.
The Weather Scan should sound familiar to PAT: it's the same "weather
Note that the Weather Scan, primitive though it was, established a
"Weather scans provide an additional opportunity
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