With the FCC reportedly considering giving small cable ops 2 extra years to comply with a “talking guide” mandate under the 21st Century Communications and Video Accessibility Act, Cable One is expressing concern that it would be left in the cold. Here is why the MSO takes issue with time frame.

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NBCU’s Lauren Zalaznick will be leaving the company after 12 years in a variety of leadership posts. Here’s a look at how recent NBCU executive shuffling has played out.
 
A new speaker was announced for the FCC’s cybersecurity forum on Oct 1, which will examine measures to protect kids from online risks.
 
Another year, another JD Power residential Internet service satisfaction survey, and telcos outranked cable ops again in nearly all regions in this year’s survey.

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New Street Drops Altice USA to ‘Neutral’

New Street Research is downgrading Altice USA to “Neutral” after a warning from CEO Dexter Goei that the provider would lose subs in 3Q21. “The stock is too cheap, even with 12-18 months pause in share

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