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Cablevision veteran helping Ensequence take interactive advertising nationwide

Less than a month after naming former Cablevision ad-sales chief David Kline CEO, Ensequence said it plans to launch an interactive advertising platform similar to the product Cablevision introduced in 2009.

MSG signs JPMorgan to sell music network Fuse

Three weeks after announcing it would invest $25 million to build a bowling alley in Las Vegas, MSG confirmed it hired JPMorgan to help it sell music network Fuse.

Cablevision settles Invidi suit with deal to test targeted advertising solution

Two years after Invidi accused Cablevision of ripping off its targeted advertising technology, the MSO said it agreed to give Invidi's platform a test drive "in the context of exploring a potential business relationship."

Deutsche Telekom tests ActiveVideo on virtual set-top platform

German cable operator Deutsche Telekom said Wednesday that it has been testing a virtual set-top platform that relies on cloud TV technology from San Jose, Calif.-based ActiveVideo.

Netflix says RCN tops Charter, Verizon, Comcast speeds in Boston

Cable overbuilder RCN is the fastest broadband provider in the Boston area when it comes to the delivery of Netflix video streams, Netflix said Saturday.

Cox uses Wi-Fi roaming to sell premium Internet tiers

Cox Communications is beginning to use the Wi-Fi roaming deal it struck with Comcast, Time Warner Cable and Cablevision last year to market premium tiers for its high-speed Internet service.

Cablevision under pressure to find a buyer, report says

With its valuation topping $4.8 billion, analysts are urging Cablevision Systems Corp. to take advantage of its surge in value and consider selling. Macquarie Group analyst Amy Yong told  Bloomberg  that the company is at a perfect place to sell but it must act quickly.

Charter, TWC, Cox, Cablevision ranked last in Temkin customer service ratings

Cable operators were ranked at the bottom of a list of 235 companies Temkin Group ranked in its annual customer service report. Charter Communications placed dead last, and Time Warner Cable was ranked No. 234.

ActiveVideo: Most subs don't notice latency on cloud-based program guides

Looking to boost sales for its CloudTV platform, ActiveVideo said this week that most cable subscribers can't notice differences in the speed of cloud-based interactive program guides compared traditional guides run from a cable set-top.

Dolan's MSG building Las Vegas bowling alley with live music, 'high energy bar and restaurant'

MSG, the regional sports network and live entertainment provider controlled by Cablevision CEO Jim Dolan, said it is investing $25 million to open a bowling alley in Las Vegas.