Back in March 2012, Cablevision introduced a series of new Optimum video packages with more channels, and gave customers the option of remaining on a legacy package or taking one of the new offerings. More than 1mln have signed up for a new package. But for those who didn’t, the legacy train ride is ending and a potential price hike is coming. More on the story here.

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Time Warner Cable has not abandoned the triple-play. That was the word from COO Rob Marcus at the Nomura Global Media & Telecom Conference Wed.
Sen John McCain’s (R-AZ) a la carte video bill has “no co-sponsors” and is “going nowhere,” Viacom pres/CEO Philippe Dauman said at the Nomura Global Media Summit Wed.

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