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Liberty Global posts Q3 loss

International cable operator Liberty Global has reported a 17 per cent increase in third-quarter sales. Operating cash flow, which the company considers its key operational measure, rose 27 per cent…

Hong Kong cable TV complaint rejected

A Broadcasting Authority investigation has found Hong Kong Cable Television did not engage in anti-competitive conduct in the pay-TV market through its service termination practices last year. In May rival…

US Cable will lose unhappy subs

US cable TV could see a mass migration away from its services, according to a report by Parks Associates., if providers do not improve their consistently low satisfaction ratings among…

J:COM subs

Jupiter Telecommunications (J:COM) has revealed that the total subscribing households as of September 30, 2008 served by J:COM's 18 consolidated franchises reached 2.9 million, up 288,000, or 11 per cent…

Virgin Media reschedules debt

Virgin Media shares rose by a quarter after the group said it had persuaded its 10 biggest creditors to support moves to rearrange its debt of more than £4bn (E5bn).…

25% broadband homes could be mobile

Fixed operators need to come up with strategies for dealing with a rapid and invasive expansion of mobile broadband into their core growth area, according to a new report, by…

Digital cable reached 18%

Digital cable subscribers have jumped 18 per cent to 16.3m in the first half of the year. Cable Europe, the cable industry association representing operators reaching more than 70m households,…

Verizon Tests Internet Video on FiOS

Web video on cable TV

Time Warner Cable and ActiveVideo Networks announced the deployment of a new television experience that will bring Web content and interactivity to the TV.The new service, which is being launched…

Cable and DTH bloom in Portugal

As at the end of March, the services of subscription television which use cable and satellite technologies registered around 2 million users in Portugal, representing around 18.8 subscribers per 100…