It’s one thing to talk about veteran hiring. It’s another to see it in action. Get out the tissues for Time Warner Cable’s just-posted video about Ivory Alexander, who found himself homeless after the leaving the Navy. That changed when he was hired by Time Warner Cable, where he works as a high-speed data repair agent in San Diego. “The reason Time Warner Cable cares about vets is that they want to have vets succeed,” Alexander says in the three-minute film. “There’s a sign right on the door, ‘We love our vets.’”  Read more about Alexander and TWC’s veterans hiring on the company’s blog.

The cable industry has made a special push to hire veterans, launching the Veterans Advisory Council in September. Other companies with vet hiring initiatives include Comcast-NBCU and Discovery Communications. SCTE has teamed with Comcast and Georgia Tech to help transition members from the military to careers in cable.

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FCC Order on DISH Designated Entities

The FCC made it official Monday, releasing an order on remand finding that SNR Wireless LicenseCo and Northstar Wireless are controlled de facto by DISH and thus ineligible for the $3.3bln in AWS-3 bidding

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