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WATERTOWN

Cable TV outlets see city as place to put on a show

By Christina Pazzanese
Globe Correspondent / August 12, 2007

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First, it was the VideoLink studios on Watertown's Hunt Street, which began beaming talking heads from the Boston area to cable news outlets across the country more than a dozen years ago. Then, last year, New England Sports Network (NESN) ditched its cramped quarters inside Fenway Park for a spacious new facility off Arsenal Street. Now, Boston Catholic Television, a ... (Full article: 611 words)

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