A Not So Instant Replay

In 1992, Ken Auletta’s book Three Blind Mice suggested the demise of the three major networks. Cable television, with its original promise of less advertising, was becoming well ensconced in a majority of homes. The VCR was wreaking havoc with time shifting and its ability to fast-forward commercials. Time Warner was preparing an interactive television network in Orlando.

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