Boston's schools and libraries stand to win big from a franchise deal reached on May 11 between the city and a local cable company.
With competition from a rival company looming, Cablevision Systems Corp.--which has served as Boston's primary cable television provider for 15 years--negotiated a 10-year extension of its franchise status with the city. One of the terms of the agreement requires the company
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