SENSE AND CENTSIBILITY Money Saving Tip of the Week: How to Survive Without Cable
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ASTRO BOB Russian BLITS satellite blitzed by Chinese space debris
Video simulations of Russian BLITS satellite orbiting Earth and then being struck by debris from the Chinese Fengyun 1C
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PHILADELPHIA (AP) — Consumers are feeling more confident about spending on small luxuries such as premium cable services and pay-per-view, propelling the earnings of cable and satellite TV providers upward in the second quarter. Advertisers, particularly automakers, also spent more in the quarter.
A bill designed to protect landlords from having holes punched in their property for satellite dishes got the go-ahead in the House on Wednesday.
House Bill 1387 puts into law that a person installing a fixture such as “an antenna, satellite dish or other receiver” on residential rental property has to get written consent of the landlord or owner.
Someone who doesn’t get the landlord’s permission could be socked with triple damages if the installation harms the property. The triple damages would amount to at least $200. The bill is designed to put damages on the satellite TV company.
By Janell Cole , N.D. Capitol Bureau
, February 05, 2009
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