Commuter TV Finds Captive Audience

Romano, Allison
June 2006
Broadcasting & Cable;6/19/2006, Vol. 136 Issue 25, p3
Reports the move of WGCL, an affiliate of CBS, to produce five-minute newscast that will air on buses in Atlanta, Georgia through Transit TV. Benefits gained by the local television station from the move; Efforts made by broadcasters to reach more audiences in more places; Cities in the U.S. that have and will have the service of Transit TV; Mechanism of Transit TV.


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