King of Cable

Friday, November 15, 2002

Cable television history was made this week, when the Federal Communications Commission allowed for a series of license transfers that complete the merger of cable giants Comcast and AT&T. The new company, to be called AT&T Comcast, will control nearly 30% of all cable service nationwide. Bob speaks with Ken Ferree, head of the FCC’s media office, about the implications of the merger.
    Music Playlist
  • Oleo
    Artist: John Coltrane

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