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 n.— «WS: How do you manage the windowing of your product across your own channels and third-party outlets? SUTTON: If our channels are buying the programming, it’s because they’re the most appropriate customers for it and they’re willing to pay the appropriate amount.» —“HBO’s Simon Sutton” by Mansha Daswani WorldScreen.com (New York City) April, 2008. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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