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Compulsory Behavior

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Rep. John Bryant (D-Texas) last week introduced legislation that would take away a cable operator advantage: the compulsory license that allows operators to carry broadcast signals for a single, flat…

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‘Geraldo’ Twinned

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KCBS-TV is double-running Tribune Entertainment’s “Geraldo” from 3 to 5 p.m. in an effort to shore up the first hour in time for the May sweeps. Station g.m. Robert Hyland said the o& o will continue…

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Show’s A Kick

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Philadelphia Eagles head coach Rick Kotite will join WCAU-TV for “The Rich Kotite Show,” scheduled to air Sundays at noon during the NFL’s 1991-92 season. The talkshow, hosted by WCAU sports director…

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Memo Time Again, Jeff

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I have a suggestion for Jeffrey Katzenberg. If I were you, Jeff, I’d write another memo. The first Katzenberg missive drew mixed reviews, I realize, but it nonetheless propounded its thesis rather…

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NATPE Net Set

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The Agency, a station services firm, has finalized a deal with the National Assn. of Television Program Executives to take over management of the 14-month-old NATPE Net computer service May 1. Under…

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FCC Plays Columbo

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Infinity Broadcasting’s KROQ-FM Los Angeles has until April 29 to supply the Federal Communications Commission with an accounting of the events surrounding the phony murder confession aired by the…

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Executive Shuffle

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ERIC EISNER has resigned as president of the David Geffen Co. to enter the feature film field in an as yet unannounced capacity. His successor, not yet announced by Geffen, is DAVID BERMAN, prexy of…

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