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Dolan Family Suggests Munis Examine Altice USA Franchise Deals

The feud between the Dolan family and Altice USA is heating up, with Cablevision founder Chuck Dolan sending a letter to more than 300 municipalities in New York, Connecticut and New Jersey that suggests they take another look at cable franchise agreements Altice, which bought Cablevision systems in 2016.

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Charter Granted Another Extension in NY PSC Case

When it comes to Charter and the NY PSC order kicking it out of the state, 2019 feels a lot like 2018. That’s because the MSO was granted yet another extension in the case on Monday, moving the deadline to apply for rehearing to Feb 4.

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Rovi Sues Comcast Again

The patent disputes between Rovi/TiVo and Comcast continue on, with the tech company filing a new lawsuit in federal court in CA Monday.

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Pai Receives Backlash for Lack of Brief on Wireless Data Disclosure

Unhappy that FCC chmn Ajit Pai didn’t brief House Commerce staff Monday on FCC actions around wireless carriers’ disclosure of consumers’ real-time data location, chmn Frank Pallone (D-NJ) lashed out.

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Cable Steps Up to Help Customers During Government Shutdown

Verizon and AT&T launched web pages last week to help furloughed workers with flexible payments during the ongoing government shutdown.

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Thune Selected as Communications Subcommittee Chair

Sen John Thune (R-SD) will serve as chmn of the Subcommittee on Communications, Technology, Innovation and the Internet.

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Cable Ops Offer Payment Delay During Government Shutdown

AT&T/DirecTV and Verizon have launched websites aimed at explaining payment delay options for customers who are impacted by the federal government shutdown.

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VAB’s Cynthia Perkins-Roberts Passes Away

Cynthia Perkins-Roberts, VAB’s vp, diversity marketing and business development, passed away on Jan 1.
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