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CenturyLink ready to take on cable as Comcast, Charter emerge in SIP trunking segment

CenturyLink acknowledged that it is in a competitive battle with Comcast Business, Charter Communications and other cable operators in the SIP trunking segment of the business services market, as more enterprise customers ditch their TDM-based PRI lines and analog PBX's for IP-based hosted services.

Charting the cable industry's consolidation over the last 10 years

Thanks to a handy chart was created by Stacey Horne for  FierceCable, we have a depiction of the major acquisitions and mergers consummated by today's top five cable operators during the past 10 years.  Special report

Charter investor sues over TWC/Bright House purchase, alleges Liberty is getting sweetheart deal

A Charter Communications investor is trying to spur a class-action lawsuit against the company, alleging that Liberty Broadband has been granted unfairly discounted share prices as part of Charter's pending purchases of Time Warner Cable and Bright House Networks.

Charter now rolling out Worldbox, MSO reportedly in talks with TiVo

In a new FCC filing, Charter Communications offered a glimpse into its deployment of its cloud-based Worldbox set-top box. The company said it "deployed its first new Worldboxes to paying customers using downloadable security in April, 2015, and continues to ramp up the deployment of the downloadable security system throughout Charter's systems. Enabling the Worldbox in any given footprint requires changes and additions to many pieces of the video delivery system, and those deployments are underway."

Comcast, Charter and others cable players continue to see opportunity in Wi-Fi during Q2

Although Wall Street analysts continued to fret over declines in number of pay-TV subscribers, the nation's cable players generally offered positive views of Wi-Fi and their plans to expand the use of the technology. Indeed, a number of cable companies specifically mentioned their Wi-Fi plans during their second quarter conference calls with analysts.

Programmer and pay-TV stocks get crushed as ESPN woes spur concerns of cord cutting, skinny bundles

Stocks for virtually all of the major media conglomerates have dropped sharply amid newly heightened concerns about the future of the pay-TV bundle.

Charter's Rutledge: We should have a mobile wireless product

Charter Communications CEO Tom Rutledge said the cable company is looking to launch some kind of mobile wireless product and is willing to explore working with T-Mobile US or any other wireless carrier.

Charter loses 33K video customers in Q2, more than analysts had expected

Charter Communications notched an increase of 7.6 percent in its overall revenues, but the company reporting losing 33,000 pay-TV subscribers. Those subscriber losses were far higher than some Wall Street analysts were expecting: JP Morgan had expected Charter to lose 15,000 video subscribers, while Jefferies had predicted 25,000 customer loses.

Charter beefs up D.C. lobbying ranks as merger reviews get underway

Charter Communications is moving fast to bolster its Washington, D.C., influence by hiring a wide range of high-profile lobbyists as it looks to close two big pay-TV mergers.

Senators ask FCC to investigate 'ridiculous' pay-TV prices

Presidential candidate Bernie Sanders and three of his fellow progressive Senators have written the FCC, asking the agency to investigate what they term the "ridiculous" price of cable TV and broadband fees.