The Skinny

The quiet period of the FCC's Rural Digital Opportunity Fund is finally over, and operators are beginning to reveal their plans for network expansion in hard-to-serve areas. Earnings season is also upon us, and broadband continues to be the fuel powering cable operators into the future. Charter continues to stand apart from the rest as the provider that has found a way to grow video.

Winners of FCC’s RDOF Auction Start Making Plans
The quiet period for the FCC’s Rural Digital Opportunity Fund auction has ended, with the winners of $9.2 billion in support from Phase 1 starting to open up about their plans. Read More »
Cable’s Bright Future
Having spent the better part of the last 50 years witnessing and influencing the evolution of the cable industry, I am struck to be standing on the precipice, once again, of a remarkable leap forward for the cable industry. Read More »
Broadband Slows at Charter, But Video Surprises
Charter is the only major video distributor that can claim video growth—and management believes it will continue to outperform its peers on video. Read More »
Comcast Celebrates Broadband, Pandemic Wins
Comcast closed out the unusual year that was 2020 with 538,000 broadband adds. That marks it as the best fourth quarter ever. Read More »
AT&T Fiber Plans Major 2021 Expansion
While 2020 at AT&T was all about building and releasing HBO Max, this year will see the company prioritize expanding the reach of its fiber network. Read More »
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