by Paul S. Maxwell Bundle = Well, it will by the end of the week. The Rocky Mountain Chapter of CTAM will have a streaming video of last Friday’s Tele-Seminar up on its Web site … Along with CMC’s Gary Traver, Cox’s Colleen Langner, RCH’s E. J. Glaser and Starz’ Bill Brovsky (who substituted for Jerry Maglio for two reasons: 1- Jerry had a prior conflict, called, I think, managing up; and 2 – Bill clearly knew more about what he was talking about), I was privileged to field questions from all over the country delivered by folks watching at CTAM chapters and dozens of other places as well as about 50 or so brave CTAM souls who ventured out for springtime in the Rockies (yep, it snowed). Following very interesting presentations, questions dove into details of the bundling phenomenon pioneered – successfully – by Cox. Voice, video and data make a compelling package when: (1) explained properly, (2) compared/contrasted with competing real and/or pseudo bundles and (3) followed up with real service – not just lip service. So take a look … Random Notes:

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C-band Auction Concludes

The C-band auction officially came to a close Friday after 97 rounds of bidding that grossed just under $81bln, cementing its place as the highest-grossing spectrum auction held in the US. FCC chairman Ajit

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