Consumer Friendly, History, Hopes, and the New Cable Law (1993)

By Joseph B. Glaab, Jerrold Communications

This paper reviews attempts at improving customer convenience when connecting their TV receiver to the cable television system. The Cable Television industry now must comply with a new Law which mandates much of what has proven impractical to impliment for cost conscious customers and MSO's. Some ideas will be presented as to how some of these features could be . accomplished and where possible FCC intervention could preclude them.

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