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Cablevision Media Sales president David Kline resigns; former AT&T exec McCastle takes over sales team

Cablevision (NYSE: CVC) said late Tuesday that 15-year company veteran David Kline resigned his post as president of Cablevision Media Sales. The MSO said he will be succeeded by AT&T Services

Leichtman: Cable operators top telcos in broadband growth

Major cable MSOs added 2.3 million high-speed Internet subscribers in 2011, while top telcos picked up about 750,000 broadband subscribers last year, according to Leichtman Research Group. While

Time Warner Cable brushes off Google Fiber threat

While Google (Nasdaq: GOOG) says it'll launch a broadband network in Kansas City that is about 100 times faster than the cable modem service marketed by incumbent provider Time Warner Cable (NYSE:

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:

The future of M2M? Touring the GSMA's Connected House

The growing role of M2M technology in the wireless industry was clearly on display during the recent Mobile World Congress trade show in Barcelona, Spain--the GSMA doubled the space allotted to its

AT&T pays $935 to settle iPhone throttling judgment

In a case that has become a public relations nightmare for it, AT&T Mobility (NYSE:T) has paid $935 to Matt Spaccarelli, the irate iPhone customer who won a small claims lawsuit in which he

AT&T obtains DHS disaster-prep certification

AT&T (NYSE: T) will be able to continue operating its network and delivering services if a disaster like a hurricane strikes or a bombing occurs by becoming the first service provider to be

AT&T closes in on Verizon in the U.S. telco TV race

AT&T (NYSE: T) and Verizon (NYSE: VZ) may not compete directly in the markets they reside in for video or broadband service, but it appears that Ma Bell is closing in on the lead in terms of

Verizon expands LTE coverage target for 2012 to 260M POPs

Verizon Wireless (NYSE:VZ) increased its 2012 LTE coverage target by 10 million POPs to 260 million people covered, and plans to push customers onto the network by putting LTE into all of the

AT&T outspends Verizon and Comcast on advertising in 2011

AT&T (NYSE: T) was the biggest advertiser in 2011, shelling out $2.9 billion on its media buys, according to Kantar Media. It topped Verizon (NYSE: VZ), which spent $1.63 billion on advertising,