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AT&T hiring 200-plus employees in South Florida

AT&T is opening two new retail locations in Miami and hiring 235 employees for locations between Key West and Vero Beach, the carrier announced Monday.

Time Warner Cable, Cablevision launch Wi-Fi in NYC parks

Newly deployed Wi-Fi service in 32 New York City parks via franchise agreements with Time Warner Cable and Cablevision will be maintained for public use through July 2020, according to city officials.

FiOS TV may crack 5M-subscriber mark, but has it lost its edge?

Verizon will likely report on Thursday that it has cracked the 5 million FiOS TV subscriber mark when it reports second-quarter earnings. The telco, which counted 4.9 million subscribers at the end of Q1, should surpass the 5 million mark for pay TV subscribers.

Time Warner Cable, Cablevision launch Wi-Fi in New York City parks

Time Warner Cable and Cablevision said Tuesday that they launched Wi-Fi service in 32 public parks in New York City.

Cablevision tweaks upload speeds and branding for Optimum Online tiers

Cablevision unveiled new brands for its high-speed Internet tiers, and also said it is offering faster upload speeds to cable modem customers.

Cablevision reportedly eyeing new set-tops and broadband tiers

Cablevision plans to deploy new advanced digital set-tops next year from Samsung and Humax,  Multichannel News  reported Thursday, citing anonymous sources.

Supreme Court denies Cablevision request to suspend NLRB complaint

Cablevision attorneys will be forced to defend the company against a complaint filed by the National Labor Relations Board after the U.S. Supreme Court rejected a request to suspend the case NLRB is waging at the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit.

Charter closes Optimum West acquisition

Picking up 375,000 subscribers in Colorado, Montana, Wyoming and Utah, Charter Communications said Monday that it closed the $1.6 billion acquisition of Cablevision's Optimum West cable systems.

Cablevision takes union fight to Supreme Court

Cablevision asked the U.S. Supreme Court on Monday to suspend complaints filed by the National Labor Relations Board--a move that could allow some of its field technicians and dispatchers to proceed with a vote to exit the Communications Workers of America.

Cablevision reportedly lays off employees at OMGFAST unit

Cablevision officials declined to comment Monday on a report that it has cut some employees at its OMGFAST wireless broadband subsidiary in Florida.