Charter Communications and James Cable have completed the trade of broadband systems located in Alabama and Georgia. Under the agreement, Charter traded its Douglas, Ga., system, serving approximately 5,200 customers, to James Cable in an even exchange for James operations surrounding Eatonton, Ga., and Roanoke and Gu-Win, Ala., with approximately 8,300 customers. The trade was announced five months ago.

"Our primary focus is providing value to our customers and enhancing their experience with Charter. This acquisition is aligned with our strategy of enhancing and growing core system clusters to enable operational synergies," said Charter President, Operations Steven Apodaca, in a statement. "Charter has served customers in Alabama and Georgia for many years and our newest customers join more than a half million Charter customers in the company’s Alabama and Georgia markets."

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The Rocky Mountain Cable Association is tearing down all its boundaries. On the surface, it may look like its just-revealed rebrand to the Media+Tech Collective is the latest example of a group shedding cable

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