The money list

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Two cable-modem chip makers were the biggest winners and ex-MSO Gerry Lenfest the biggest loser among the media's rich in the new Forbes 400 list. Altogether, 33 executives tied to the TV business made the cut.

Henry Nicholas and Henry Samueli, co-founders of Broadcom Corp., posted the biggest gain, with the rising stock price of the modem-component manufacturer increasing their wealth by 225%, to $2.6 billion. WWF Entertainment Chairman Vince McMahon made the list (No. 260) for the first time with an estimated wealth of $1.1 billion.


The UN of Television Listings

In the world's melting pot, some stations have served ethnic audiences since the early days of radio. Today, with satellite and cable, viewers and listeners can receive programming from around the world, as indicated by this sampling.