Timeline - Sprint's Ill-fated Pivot

Sprint's Pivot has had a long history of troubles. Below is a timeline of this ill-fated joint venture between the cable companies and a wireless carrier:

Nov. 1, 2005 - Four cable companies team with Sprint in $200M JV

Nov. 13, 2006 - Sprint-Cable JV to launch Wireless

Feb. 22, 2007 - Sprint-Cable JV Quietly Making Strides Toward Quad-play

April 3, 2007 - FCC privacy rules could block Sprint's Pivot

April 15, 2007 - Comcast CEO on killer apps for Pivot

April 30, 2007 - Time Warner announces Pivot details

May 18, 2007 - Waiting for Pivot's Mobile DVR

June 14, 2007 - Sprint may spin off WiMAX unit

Aug. 2, 2007 - Sprint drops out of SpectrumCo cable consortium

Nov. 2, 2007 - Sprint's about-face on Pivot

Nov. 8, 2007 - Time Warner says Pivot demand "tepid"

Nov. 9, 2007 - Sprint, Clearwire cancel WiMAX pairing, rethinks Pivot

Nov. 15, 2007 - Report: Pivot's cable companies to go it alone

Dec. 4, 2007 - Cox, Google to bid; Time Warner, Comcast won't

Mar. 28, 2008 - Cable's love affair with wireless

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