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THE MACRO LOOK AT AFFILIATE SWAPS BETWEEN THE NETS
Published November 23, 1994
In Washington, Paul Farhi notes that CBS, ABC and NBC have "all but declared war" on Fox. Farhi notes the many motions filed with the FCC by NBC asking them to look into Fox's various acquisitions of local TV stations. This week, NBC broadened its campaign, "requesting that the government deny Fox the right to buy TV stations in Philadelphia and Boston outright." The Big Three, in general, have questioned the amount of foreign investment behind Fox's purchases (WASHINGTON POST, 11/23). Smith Barney media analyst John Reidy: "CBS has some tough holes to fill -- even after this deal" ("NBR," PBS, 11/22).