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Cable Center Looks to Make Impact on Industry’s Future

The Cable Center is a rich, depository of cable history, to be sure. But the Center has also quietly led an industrywide charge to improve the customer experience for more than a decade through the James M. Cox Endowed Professorship in customer experience, the work of the Center’s Senior Fellows and the work of Cable Center Customer Centric Consortium (C5).

Posted in: Regulation

Altice USA No Longer Part of NCTA

Altice USA has withdrawn its membership from NCTA – The Internet & Television Association, saying it will focus on direct advocacy relating to its business.

Posted in: Distribution

‘Kemper on Kemper’ Tells Real Stories of True Crime

Sometime true crime shows can feel more like a fun, whodunnit mental exercise, making it far too easy to forget how repulsive the depravity truly was. That’s not the case with Oxygen’s “Kemper on Kemper: Inside the Mind of a Serial Killer.”

Posted in: Programming

Recovery from Hurricane Michael in Early Stages

With some areas hit so hard by Hurricane Michael, damage assessments were still in the early stages Thursday.

Posted in: Distribution, Regulation

Charter Gets Another Extension

Charter was granted yet another extension by the NY PSC for detailing plans to exit the state.

Posted in: Distribution

T-Mobile/Sprint: FCC Asks Cable to Weigh In; Cisco Give Deal Thumbs Up

The FCC is seeking info from various parties, including Altice USA, Comcast and Charter, on the proposed T-Mobile/Sprint merger. Responses are due Oct 17.

Posted in: Regulation

Cox Puts the Human in Smart Home

Cox took the theme “Aging in Place” and ran with it—showcasing everything from a robot cat to remote health monitoring in a series of smart home tours.

Posted in: Distribution, Technology

Altice-Fox Deal Done

Looks like Altice USA customers no longer have to worry that 21st Century Fox networks could be dropped at any moment.

Posted in: Distribution

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