Cable in Oregon

Jeff Brady of Oregon Public Radio reports on how some small and medium-sized cities have solved the problem with getting access to cable lines: they've started their own cable businesses. In Ashland, Oregon, competition from the city has made the private cable company widen its services, and provide open access to it's high-speed network for public schools and libraries. (

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