Channel 3 news ends in Tuscon; Comcast founder turns 90

> By "mutual decision" Cox Cable has removed KVOA TV's local newscasts on channel 3 in Tucson. Cox had the rights to show the newscasts, billed as the Southern Arizona News Network, live and then replay them with Cox commercials inserted into the breaks. Story.

> Yvette Kanouff has been named president of SeaChange International, succeeding Ed Dunbar who had been president-COO. Additionally, Erwin van Dommelen was promoted to president of SeaChange Software. News Release.

> The Philadelphia Inquirer recounted the history of Comcast from a small cable system in Tupelo, Miss. to the communications behemoth trying to acquire NBC Universal as part of a story on Comcast founder Ralph Roberts' 90th birthday. Story.

> And yet another reason comes up why retransmission might be a tricky business. A Q&A in the Denver Post tried to explain how to use an antenna to overcome the broadcasting digital cliff. Story.

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