In terms of video subscriber growth, it was a tale of two cable MSO segments during the first quarter. While the largest cable providers such as Comcast, Time Warner Cable and Charter Communications collectively added 89,000 new subscribers, a number of mid-sized operators lost customers.
Comcast, Time Warner Cable and Charter Communications collectively added 89,000 video subscribers in the first quarter, but the return to pay-TV growth appears to be confined to the top.
Mediacom reported largely flat customer metrics in the first quarter, but did increase quarterly revenue by 5.9 percent to $444.8 million.
Mediacom has added Cedar Rapids-based ImOn Communications to its lawsuit against Iowa City, alleging the city and the local operator conspired to conduct a municipal broadband project without a franchise agreement.
In a case being watched by installation companies involved-- or thinking about being involved-- with municipal broadband projects, Mediacom has added Cedar Rapids-based ImOn Communications to its...
Continuing a hectic deal-making spree with pay-TV operators, Spanish-language programmer Univision announced a muiti-year licensing deal with Mediacom.
Mediacom said it will spend $1 billion over the next three years to upgrade and expand its network and expand its Wi-Fi footprint, among other initiatives.
Standard and Poor's upgraded its credit rating for Mediacom after the MSO reported its best subscriber numbers in seven years.
Mediacom reported narrowing video customer losses across its two operating divisions, losing 7,000 pay-TV subscribers in the fourth quarter compared to 10,000 in the year-ago period.
Mediacom is suing Iowa City, Iowa, and service provider ImOn in an effort to stop a new middle mile network it recently activated to provide voice and Internet services to local businesses.