Media Minutes: March 24, 2006

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Media Minutes: March 24, 2006

Cable and phone companies seek to serve only the wealthiest customers with next-generation TV services. As the FCC begins re-debating issues of media ownership, will it address issues of media diversity? And government agents use Fox News for cover.

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