Cable & Satellite: Framework For A New Industry (1974)

By Robert E. Button, TelePrompTer Corporation

Satellites and cable systems form a natural technological base for a nationwide interconnected broadband network. An organizational concept to bring such a network into being does not exist, but initiatives have already been taken which could bring about a new multi-service telecommunications structure based on the knowledge and experience of the present industry. Conditions in the regulatory, economic and technological areas appear to be favorable to such a development.

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