"The devil is in the details." That's what one very satisfied subscriber reminded us. And detail is exactly what you get with Cable TV LawManager -- the leading computer rules service for the cable industry.

Of course, Cable TV LawManager gives you the latest changes in the Federal Communications Commission cable service rules -- updated promptly as needed throughout the year -- and the full text of the 1996 Telecommunications Act as well as the 1984 and 1992 cable acts.

But most important, Cable TV LawManager is the only computer rules service that also gives you the full text of key FCC reports, orders and notices of public rulemaking plus the all-important FCC Q&As, cable letters, rate forms and much more. As a subscriber, you'll have instant access to more than 50,000 pages of essential information -- that's over ten times more detail than any other service.

Easy and Powerful
Navigating those 50,000+ pages is easy thanks to Cable TV LawManager's intuitive Windows interface and powerful search engine. Search for any word or word combination using word, phrase, proximity, root word and Boolean searching techniques. Fast, powerful, and, like the many other LawManager features, simple to use.

If you need to understand the rapidly-changing FCC cable regulations and policy, Cable TV LawManager is one of the most useful computer applications you'll ever use -- and the easiest. We guarantee it.

For All Windows Computers...
Cable TV LawManager runs on all PCs installed with Microsoft Windows 98 through XP.

Try Cable TV LawManager On Your Computer Risk Free
Still not sure? Even if you already use a rules service, you owe it to yourself to try the industry leader. Call our toll-free number or send us an e-mail today and we'll rush you a Cable TV LawManager installation kit with invoice. Try it on your computer risk free for 30 days. If you're not completely satisfied with Cable TV LawManager for any reason, just return it and owe nothing. But it's a safe bet you'll join the rapidly growing list of satisfied Cable TV LawManager subscribers.






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