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Telcos continued to encroach on cable's video empire in Q4 2011

Video may be cable's mainstay service, but as illustrated in the Q4 2011 numbers, but as illustrated in FierceCable's Q4 earnings roundup, telcos like AT&T (NYSE: T) and Verizon (NYSE: VZ) are

Atlantic Broadband loses basic video subs, gains digital, high-speed Internet and phone customers

Atlantic Broadband said it counted 255,273 subscribers at end of the fourth quarter, losing nearly 11,000 basic cable customers in 2011. The good news: it picked up 8,257 high-speed Internet, 3,363

Cable surpasses telcos in the broadband subscriber race

In the U.S. broadband race, cable operators have the upper hand over traditional telcos, according to Leichtman Research Group's latest report. As the two largest U.S. telcos, namely AT&T (NYSE:

AT&T leads pay TV providers in Q4 subscriber growth

Adding 208,000 subscribers to its U-verse TV subscriber base, AT&T (NYSE: T) was the hottest multichannel video distributor in the fourth quarter. And with fellow telco Verizon (NYSE: VZ) halting

Mediacom loses 16,000 basic video subscribers in Q4 2011

Mediacom reported that it lost 16,000 basic video customers during the fourth quarter, which was an improvement from the third quarter, when it lost 22,000 basic cable customers. Its performance in

Suddenlink loses 16,100 basic video subscribers in 2011

Suddenlink Communications lost 16,100 basic video subscribers in 2011, according to parent Cequel Communications. The MSO counts 1.2 million basic video subscribers, in addition to 767,300 digital

FairPoint narrows Q4 losses, grows broadband, wireless backhaul footprint

FairPoint Communications (Nasdaq: FRP) continues to make progress in its life after bankruptcy with Q4 2011 revenue of $254.2 million, down from $257.9 million in Q3 2011, but surpassing analyst

Nexstar reports 35% gain in retransmission revenue in Q4

Nexstar Broadcasting said Thursday that it saw revenue from retransmission-consent fees it collects from cable operators and satellite TV providers jump 35 percent to $10.3 million during the fourth

Ciena reports fiscal Q1 2012 loss, but remains upbeat about Carrier Ethernet sales

Ciena (Nasdaq: CIEN) as expected reported a fiscal Q1 2012 loss with revenue of $416.7 million for the three months to the end of January 2012, slightly missing analyst expectations. In February, the

Consolidated Communications' Q4 gets boost from business, broadband, wholesale revenue

Consolidated Communications' (Nasdaq: CNSL) success in selling business and wholesale revenue drove up the ILEC's Q4 earnings 16.2 percent to $7.9 million, up from $6.8 million in Q4 2010. Adjusted