Cable TV In Orbit (1975)

By Robert E Button, TransCommunications Corporation

An Advanced Management Concept is proposed for the entire cable TV industry, in which related industries with a delivery requirement to home, office, school or public authority find a participate role. The objective of such a concept is to stimulate the growth of the communications industry in all branches while reducing the time and effort now devoted to rationalizing present and future institutional arrangements.

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