Press: Hooking Up to Cable Households

A "system-specific" TV magazine celebrates its first issue

The first TV revolution brought American viewers Milton Berle. The second has given households dozens of alternatives, piped in via cable to some 31 million U.S. homes. But to learn what is on their systems, cable subscribers often must wade through several lists that are incomplete or that include services not available in their areas. Last week an ambitious new magazine, TV-CABLE WEEK, started offering cable listings that are fine-tuned by computer to match, channel by channel, exactly what the subscriber's system offers—cable, pay services and regular TV. Said the magazine's managing editor, Richard...

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