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Cableworld The Slow Rollout of Online TV Guides
Interactive program guides, available to digital cable and satellite television customers, come in handy and even influence viewing choices. Too bad only one out of every four households knows they even exist.
Kagan World Media U.K. Platforms Fight for Soccer Supremacy
Newcomer ITV Sport aimed to use an aggressive schedule of soccer programming to break Rupert Murdochís stranglehold on the British pay-TV sports market. But it seems soccer is faltering in its role as the industry's killer content -- and the fight for subscribers is looking more and more like a price war.
Folio Thomson Suitors Face New Challenge
Final bids for Thomson Financial's print assets -- which include American Banker and Bond Buyer -- are due early next month. But Thomson now says itíll accept only bids for the entire group, which may place suitors that will need financing at a disadvantage.
Cableworld Sears Takes A Look At Home Networking
Home networking may be the next big thing in consumer electronics, spawning an alliance between Sears, Roebuck & Co. and software company Ucentric. Their goal? To find out if consumers are ready for a platform that links computers and TVs to stereos and phones.
Kagan World Media Europe Feels the Pinch
European TV stocks have sagged following the September 11 attacks in New York and Washington, as continuing political and economic uncertainties reinforce fears the global economy is entering a recession.