Friday, December 20, 2002

Media consolidation was a big theme in 2002-and it looks like it will be again in 2003. Popular cable channels are up for grabs, and media giants look like they're getting ready to move in for the kill. Most of the cable channels being eyed for purchase are niche channels, such as Comedy Central, USA, and the Sci-Fi Channel. But according to OTM regular Max Robbins of TV Guide, new ownership could mean big changes in content.

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