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  Liberty Global, Searchlight buy Puerto Rico’s Choice Cable TV  
  VIDEO  
  How Do We Get More Kids Into STEM?  
  NEWS  
  Atlantic Broadband names new CEO, presidents  
  NEWS  
  Charter hires former Starz exec  
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  Bright House Networks lands 3 hospitality deals in Fla.  
  NEWS  
  Sweden knocks out Pirate Bay  

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This free, 60-minute webinar, sponsored by VeEX and hosted by CED, will provide a progress report of where DOCSIS technology development is, and will look at two entirely different immediate benefits from populating their networks with DOCSIS 3.1 cable modems: freeing up bandwidth, and vastly expanding the capabilities for proactive network maintenance (PNM). NOW ON-DEMAND!


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Liberty Global, Searchlight buy Puerto Rico’s Choice Cable TV

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John Malone’s Liberty Global has expanded its footprint in Puerto Rico by teaming up with Searchlight Capital Partners to buy Puerto Rico Cable Acquisition Co., which does business as Choice Cable TV, for about $272.5 million. Choice TV, which is the second largest cable and broadband provider in Puerto Rico, will be folded into Liberty Cablevision with Liberty Global owning a 60 percent stake and Searchlight owning 40 percent.


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Managing the Transition to CCAP and DOCSIS 3.1, Expert Answers to the Top 10 Questions

In this free, live, 60-minute webcast, sponsored by ARRIS and hosted by CED, industry experts share how they are approaching the evolution to DOCSIS 3.1 and CCAP and will address service providers’ top-10 questions about these new technologies. Now Available On Demand.


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VIDEO

How Do We Get More Kids Into STEM?

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It’s easy to say we need more kids interested in STEM, the challenge comes in finding ways to accomplish it. In this video presentation, engineers discuss what inspired their own engineering journey, what we all can do to further expose kids to the wonders of engineering, and the challenges posed by STEM education.


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Atlantic Broadband names new CEO, presidents

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Effective Jan. 1, Richard Shea will take over as Atlantic Broadband’s president and CEO while David Isengberg was promoted to president and chief revenue office. Both Shea and Isenberg have worked at Atlantic Broadband since it was founded in 2003. Cogeco, Atlantic Broadband’s parent company, said current CEO and president Edward Holleran agreed to stay on as vice president of industry relations on a part-time basis.


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DOCSIS 3.1 Checklist

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Topics include:
• Update on status and timeline for DOCSIS 3.1
• Planning for growth capacity
• Spectrum planning


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NEWS

Charter hires former Starz exec

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Former Starz executive Jodi Robinson was hired by Charter Communications as its senior vice president, user experience design and development. Robinson will oversee the user experience design and development for all of Charter's products and will to report to Rich DiGeronimo, senior vice president, product and strategy.


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Bright House Networks lands 3 hospitality deals in Fla.

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Bright House Networks Enterprise Solutions has signed up three new hotels in Tampa Bay, Fla. for its business class voice, video and data services. Bright House Networks Enterprise Solutions is providing the Epicurean, Le Meridien and Aloft Hotel Tampa Downtown with its fiber-based dedicated Internet access (DIA), High HD video, and telephone trunking services.


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Panel has the Answers for 3.1 Questions

Following up on a recent webcast on DOCSIS 3.1, CED has re-assembled the panel to provide additional answers to your questions. Panelists include: Cox’s Jeff Finkelstein, The Volpe Firm’s Brady Volpe, and VeEX CEO Cyrille Morelle.


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NEWS

Sweden knocks out Pirate Bay

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Pirate Bay is one of the world's biggest free file-sharing websites offers millions of users a forum for downloading music, movies and computer games. The entertainment industry has failed to shut it down, even after its operators were convicted of copyright violations.


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