500-channel universe

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The term "500-channel universe" was coined in 1992 by cable TV executive John Malone[1] to describe a future media environment where a vast number of TV channels would be available, by eliminating the need for broadcast radio channels as a scarce resource.

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  1. ^ "Editorial: Going a la carte is right for cable". Advertising Age. 5 December 2005.

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