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No blackout - cable companies reach fair deal

by Sabrina Salas Matanane

Guam - An agreement has been reached between the national cable television cooperative and Viacom meaning island residents will have no interruption in watching their favorite programs.  Concerns had been raised by more than 800 cable companies including DOCOMO Pacific over Viacom's rate increase demands.  According to a joint press release, the terms of the agreement were not disclosed but Viacom believes it is a fair deal that puts viewers first.

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