On paper, Adelphia owes its creditors a mind-blowing $3 trillion, or the equivalent of 40% of the national debt. Of course, that figure is artificially inflated, as the corporate structure—Adelphia is composed of 243 distinct business entities—means that duplicate claims have been filed against it. The actual amount owed is $18.6mln, which is stated in the MSO’s ’02 bankruptcy filing.

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Industry Offers FCC Rip and Replace Recommendations

Cable operators and industry associations alike offered their support this week to a new reimbursement prioritization schedule for the FCC’s rip and replace program.

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