Juggernaut NFL Net turns 2 today, boasting 35mln US subs, 5mln foreign subs and 107 distributors. It’s also the youngest net to win a Sports Emmy (58 days). — Fans of Robson Green can see him thrice on BBC America next year as a criminal profiler in "Wire in the Blood" (season 4, late ’06); as a bereaved hubbie in 6-parter "Rocket Man" (mid ’06); and haunted by a childhood betrayal in "Beaten" (TBD). — We’ll never divulge contents of the CableFAX Leaders Retreat that ends in Puerto Rico today, but security surrounding the "My Fair Brady" finale ends Sun, 9pm on VH1 as we learn whether 40-something Christopher Knight says "I do" or "good bye" to 20-ish Adrianne Curry after their Puerto Rico vacation. – Bill Clinton discusses childhood obesity on a special "Nick News with Linda Ellerbee" Nov 13, 8:30pm. — AmericanLife acquired the never-seen color pilot of "The Man from U.N.C.L.E." and will show it Wed, 8pm ET. AL runs the105-ep spy series (’64-’68) regularly on Weds, 9pm. – TV One gets into sports Nov 19 as it carries the Jackson St-Alcorn St football game (2pm ET). CSTV will produce the game as part of its Historically Black Colleges & Universities programming. — As if magazines, books, cell phones, golf schools and restaurants weren’t enough, ESPN has an "All Sports Trivia Challenge" board game in retail stores.

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Hawaiian Telcom Buys Fiber

Hawaiian Telcom has entered into a definitive purchase agreement to acquire inter-island submarine and middle-mile terrestrial fiber infrastructure assets owned by the bankruptcy estate of the Paniolo Cable.

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