Steve Donohue

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Charter reduces subscriber losses in Q2 2012

Charter Communications said it lost 66,000 basic video subscriber losses during the second quarter, which was an improvement compared to the 79,000 subscribers that it lost this time last year.

Mediacom posts 1.2% increase in revenue for Q2 2012

Mediacom Broadband said it generated $223.9 million in revenue during the second quarter, up 1.9 percent compared to the same period last year.

Verizon unions threaten walkout

Unions representing Verizon technicians say they may stage a walkout as soon as Aug. 10, unless they make more progress on contract negotiations with the company.

NBC: 7.6M cable and satellite subscribers 'verified' mobile devices for Olympics programming

NBC Sports said it is seeing strong demand for multiplatform programming that it is distributing from the Summer Olympics in London, noting that cable and satellite TV subscribers have "verified" 7.6 million mobile devices.

Google Fiber to expand outside Kansas City

Google announced on Friday that it will expand its Google Fiber TV service area to three cities near Kansas City, Kan.

NBC helps Cisco market Videoscape at Summer Olympics

NBC and Cisco are supplying Apple iPads to some key NBC customers who are attending the Summer Olympics in London, relying on Cisco's Videoscape platform to deliver live and on-demand programming from NBC Sports Network, NBC and four other networks carrying Olympics programming.

Fourthwall selling cable set-top data to advertisers

Interactive TV technology vendor FourthWall Media is beginning to sell data that it collects from 1.3 million cable set-tops to media buyers for use in targeted ad campaigns.

Mediacom rolls broadband caps; charges subscribers fees for excess usage

Mediacom Communications has revamped its broadband pricing strategy, implementing download caps and charging subscribers fees of $10 for each block of 50 gigabytes of data that exceed the caps.

FCC issues notice to modernize cable system leakage rules

The Federal Communications Commission on Friday that said it will conduct a proceedings focused on modernizing rules that limit signal leakage from cable systems.

Logitech launches Skype cameras for HDTVs

Logitech said it will soon begin selling a "TV Cam HD" camera that broadband Internet subscribers will be able to use to make videophone calls through the TV.