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C4 - Fanning the flames: Cable networks pour on originals as audience levels rise Kathy Haley

C4 - Networks focus on shows that build brands, expand audiences Alan Waldman

C5 - Hit series, reality shows add appeal to viewers' passions Jean Bergantini Grillo

C6 - A&E Network

C8 - American Movie Classics

C10 - Animal Planet

C12 - BBC America

C14 - Bravo

C16 - Comedy Central

C18 - Court TV

C20 - Discovery Channel

C22 - Discovery Digital Networks

C24 - Discovery Health Channel

C26 - E! Networks

C28 - Food Network

C30 - FX

C32 - Galavision

C34 - Great American Country

C36 - Hallmark Channel

C38 - HGTV

C40 - The History Channel

C42 - Lifetime

C44 - MTV

C46 - MuchMusic USA

C48 - National Geographic

C50 - Outdoor Life Network

C52 - Oxygen

C54 - Sci Fi Channel

C56 - SoapNet

C58 - Speedvision

C60 - TBS Superstation

C62 - TechTV

C64 - TLC

C66 - TNT

C68 - Toon Disney

C70 - Travel Channel

C72 - Trio/NWI

C74 - TV Guide Channel

C76 - USA Network

C78 - VH1

C80 - The Weather Channel

C82 - WGN Superstation

C84 - New programming designed to broaden audiences Robert Selwitz

C85 - New technology gives early-adopters a chance to choose programming Richard Churchill

C86 - New shows take aim at desirable viewers --- older kids Jean Bergantini Grillo

C86 - Cable's ratings success stories built through personal relationships Kathy Haley

C87 - As broadcasters scale back, cable networks produce original movies Alan Waldman

C88 - As ethnic audiences grow, cable ads new offerings Wayne Karrfalt

C88 - Network Web sites drive interactive cycles, keep viewers tuned Michael Depp

C89 - Specialized channels add drama, news to deepen programs' value Wayne Karrfalt

C89 - Web links, documentaries woo and keep more viewers Robert Selwitz

C91 - Cable Network Directory

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