Just two short weeks on the job and new Charter pres/CEO Tom Rutledge is brimming with enthusiasm for the MSO’s future. His focus is on revenue growth and digital opportunities. More on his strategy going forward.
Additional stories in today’s CableFAX Daily:
*Time Warner Cable announces a new usage-based pricing service, this time with it being optional. The company learned a few lessons from its metered broadbrand pricing trials in ’09. Here’s what’s different this go-around.
*CAB reported national cable nets were up 7.8% in ad sales later year vs. ’10, while cable’s share is $22.1 billion. Here’s what’s behind cable’s growth.
*TNT shot and scored with its NBA All-Star coverage, delivering record highs during the game and Friday night’s BBVA Rising Stars Challenge.

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Lawmakers Want RDOF Due Diligence

A bipartisan group of Senate and House members have asked the FCC to thoroughly vet the winning bidders in the $9.2 billion Rural Digital Opportunity Fund Phase 1 auction. Cablefax reported on a draft of the

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