Cablevision saw customers for video, HSD and phone decline in 3Q, with CEO Jim Dolan blaming some of the subscriber losses on a highly competitive market, the overall economy and seasonality. The MSO lost some 37K net video customers, while Internet and voice posted losses of 13K and 18K, respectively. Overall customer relationships declined by 29K during the Q. Read on for more from execs and analysts on the declines.

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