The Skinny

Video is still at the heart of Charter, and while broadband is becoming ever more important to the greater business model, traditional pay TV is the focus moving into 2020. But there is plenty of new coming to the traditional bundle in the new year, and it all starts on Jan 6 with the launch of Black News Channel.

As many cable operators focus on broadband offerings, Charter chmn/CEO Tom Rutledge said selling the traditional cable bundle remains the company’s top priority in 2020. Read More »
  Former congressman and Black News Channel chmn/co-founder J.C. Watts gives the Charter legislative team a lot of credit for the network's upcoming launch. Read More »
  Subcmte members from both sides of the aisle criticized FCC chmn Ajit Pai’s announcement of a $9bln 5G Fund that would replace the Mobility Fund Phase II. Read More »
  Locast founder David Goodfriend remains adamant that the controversial, free, broadcast over-the-air streamer does not violate US copyright law, and with no temporary restraining order in place, it continues to roll out to new markets. Read More »
  Starting Jan 1, CommScope will operate and report its financial performance in four segments: venue and campus networks; broadband networks; outdoor wireless networks and home networks. Read More »
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