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Celebrating the Cablefax Leaders Retreat

The Cablefax Leaders Retreat at the Ritz-Carlton, Amelia Island, FL included deep, off-the-record conversations that allowed some of the sharpest minds to share insights and perspectives–all in a relaxing and beautiful setting.


Posted in: Distribution

ACLU Encourages Net Cities to Preserve Internet Neutrality

The ACLU is asking cities and towns to become their own ISPS in an effort to secure net neutrality for their areas after the FCC’s repealing of open internet rules.


Posted in: Regulation, Technology

Zaslav Sees Major Pay Raise at Discovery

Discovery CEO David Zaslav saw a pay raise to $42.25mln in 2017, up from $37.2mln in 2016. His base salary remained at $3mln, and stock awards were nearly flat at $14.99mln, but option awards increased to $15.6mln from $11.1mln. He wasn’t the only exec to receive a salary boost.


Posted in: Distribution

Government Presents Key Evidence in AT&T-Time Warner

The government aimed to bring its key evidence to the courtroom Thursday for a central argument in its antitrust case against AT&T and Time Warner, discussing information suggesting the $85bln merger could lead to dramatic subscriber declines among AT&T’s competition, according to a recap from the Washington Post.


Posted in: Regulation

Intraway Brings Orchestration Platform to WOW!

Intraway’s orchestration platform is coming to WOW! as a part of the provider’s digital transformation initiative.


Posted in: Technology

Cox Launches Cox2M Connected Business Line

Cox Communications launched Cox2M Monday, another connected business line coming out of the company’s New Growth organization.


Posted in: Technology

Altice, Starz Reach Deal

Starz scored a multi-year distribution deal for Optimum and Suddenlink. The premium network was removed from the Altice USA systems on January 1.


Posted in: Distribution, Programming

Disney Buying Fox Assets for $52.4 Billion

It’s official. Disney and 21st Century Fox announced their deal, with Disney to pay $52.4bln in stock to acquire assets that include the Twentieth Century Fox Film and Television studios, along with cable and international TV businesses.


Posted in: Programming

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