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Brazil providers ramp up spending to $8B; Cable MSO business revenues to rise

Brazil-based service providers spent $8 billion during the first nine months of 2013 to conduct network expansions, increase coverage and improve service quality, according to data from the Brazilian Telecommunications Association (Telebrasil).

Counting down the 10 most memorable programming disputes

Disputes between programmers, cable operators, and satellite TV providers are nothing new, but they have become more prevalent in recent years. Steve Donohue, Editor of FierceCable, counts down the top 10 worst programming disputes of all time.

Cable in the fourth quarter of 2012

The fourth quarter was brutal for major cable MSOs, which struggled to recover from power outages and network damage sparked by Superstorm Sandy. FierceCable gauges its impact as well as the ongoing battle for pay TV, high-speed Internet and voice subscribers in this regularly updated earnings summary.

FCC: Cable operators charge 31% less for expanded basic channels in competitive markets

Cable operators charge 31% less per channel for expanded basic networks in markets where they face competition from at least one other cable provider such as Verizon's (NYSE: VZ) FiOS TV, according

Israel's government wants investor partner for its proposed fiber network

By building a 25,000 km fiber network, the Israeli government believes it will be able to achieve two goals: bring higher speed bandwidth services to more people while increasing competition. But to

Comcast survey: Communications service choice a key commercial property amenity

A new Comcast (Nasdaq: CMCSA) survey has confirmed what should be a no-brainer for any building owner that wants to attract more tenants: The availability of broadband services and access will make

Charter Media to sell AT&T U-verse advertising

Charter Communications (Nasdaq: CHTR) has become the latest MSO to sell advertising for AT&T's (NYSE: T) U-verse product, a necessary revenue act that continues to take place between two video

Sonic.net adds video streaming to its growing service arsenal

Sonic.net, a Calif.-based competitive broadband service provider, plans to launch a new streaming video service that will be delivered over its broadband network. The service provider, which has

Comcast Business to deliver Ethernet service through growing channel partner base

Comcast Business Services (Nasdaq: CMCSA) made a big shot in the competitive Ethernet space with the debut of its Metro Ethernet service targeting medium-sized businesses directly in May, but now

ABI: Service providers will drive 12M home automation shipments by 2016

Home automation may still be arguably a technical hobbyists plaything, but ABI Research argues that the drive to offer consumers self-installable devices and the service provider's entry into the...