CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 29, 1997
After the resolution of a three-year rate dispute between the city and Century Communications, Santa Monica's 24,000 cable television subscribers will see reductions in their bills starting in November, a city official said Tuesday. The $1.7-million settlement means subscribers to basic service will receive a net reduction of $11.58 monthly over the next year, said Kate Vernez, senior management analyst for the city. Premium-service subscribers will receive monthly net reductions of $7.
January 11, 1993
Effective today, the home-delivered price of The Times Orange County will change to $3.12 per week for daily and Sunday service. The new rate for daily-only home delivery will be $2.58 per week. These rates include applicable California sales taxes. There will be no change for Sunday-only service and no change in single copy rates. The new home-delivery rates represent an increase of less than 2%, and are the first change in subscription rates in nearly two years.