The economic impact of enhanced programming through stereophonic sound is slowly emerging amidst a parallel, timely issue involving standards of licensing fees and deficit financing. This issue is creating a controversy between networks and programming suppliers which threatens to re-fashion profit margins and jeopardize the exploitable life of the hour-long dramatic format.
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