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Just Released: Cablefax’s People Awards Special Issue

Cablefax invites you to enjoy our special issue that details the industry’s top minds and rising stars.


Posted in: Distribution

FCC Approves ESC for CBRS Commercialization

The FCC, in coordination with the NTIA and Department of Defense, approved the environmental sensing capabilities of CommScope, Federated Wireless and Google.


Posted in: Distribution, Regulation

Altice USA Focusing on Fiber-To-The-Home Buildout

Now that Altice USA has mostly integrated Suddenlink and Cablevision, the company is moving its focus to its new growth initiatives: mobile, its fiber-to-the-home buildout, its space in the advertising market and the continued rollout of the Altice One platform.


Posted in: Distribution

Comcast’s Dave Watson Not Counting Video Out

Comcast Cable CEO Dave Watson was all about broadband during his Deutsche Bank investor conference appearance Tuesday, but he’s not counting video out.


Posted in: Distribution

Twitter Rolls Out ‘Twttr’ Test Platform

Twitter is calling on its community to help it build new features through a test platform.


Posted in: Technology

Memorial Fund Established for Pam Ford

Many in the industry were saddened to learn of the death of longtime NCTA staffer Pam Ford last fall. A memorial fund has been set up in her honor to assist with NAMIC’s L. Patrick Mellon Mentorship Program, Executive Leadership Development Program as well as general funds for the association.


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Don Mathison Passes Away

Cable Pioneer Don Mathison passed away Thursday. A well-known industry vet, Mathison’s career included stints at Times Mirror, Media General, Group W Cable and Warner Communications. As a hobby, he spent time as a part-time faculty member teaching broadband communications at George Mason Univ. Mathison is the CEO and founder of consultancy Broadband Solutions Group.


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Hulu’s Future Uncertain Ahead of Disney-Fox Deal

The closing any day now of the Disney-Fox deal will make Disney the majority owner of Hulu even as it launches other streaming services.


Posted in: Distribution
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