A Tacoma Link light rail train car displays an advertisement for Click Networks — the local cable TV, high-speed internet and broadband services provider — in June 2008. Click’s cable TV operation has struggled since its inception in the late 1990s, including losing $7.6 million a year, according to Tacoma Public Utilities officials.
A Tacoma Link light rail train car displays an advertisement for Click Networks — the local cable TV, high-speed internet and broadband services provider — in June 2008. Click’s cable TV operation has struggled since its inception in the late 1990s, including losing $7.6 million a year, according to Tacoma Public Utilities officials. Janet Jensen Staff file, 2008
A Tacoma Link light rail train car displays an advertisement for Click Networks — the local cable TV, high-speed internet and broadband services provider — in June 2008. Click’s cable TV operation has struggled since its inception in the late 1990s, including losing $7.6 million a year, according to Tacoma Public Utilities officials. Janet Jensen Staff file, 2008

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