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  BLOG  
  Dish, CBS agree to second extension  
  BLOG  
  A Perry Mason twist in the FCC's favor  
  NEWS  
  Denhart steps down as CEO at BlackArrow  
  NEWS  
  FCC, T-Mobile come to terms on speed tests  
  ARTICLE  
  Building A Converged Video Architecture: A Panacea for Multi-platform Woes  
  NEWS  
  Kids’ VOD network Kabillion lands deal with Cablevision  

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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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Dish, CBS agree to second extension

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Video blackouts are a real buzz kill for those tryptophan-induced Thanksgiving comas, so on that note CBS and Dish Network agreed to extend their retransmission talks for the second time. The two sides had settled on a five-day extension on Nov. 20 before the second extension was announced Tuesday night.


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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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A Perry Mason twist in the FCC's favor

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In Washington, D.C., a set of programmers are holding up two major corporate takeovers because they don’t want a few extra lawyers to become privy to the trade secrets in their retrans consent contracts. Meanwhile, in Washington State, a Court of Appeals just ruled there no grounds for claiming that the terms of retrans agreements are trade secrets.


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Denhart steps down as CEO at BlackArrow

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BlackArrow’s Dean Denhart is stepping down as the company’s chief executive officer. He’d held that position for the last 7 years. BlackArrow president Nick Troiano will lead the company moving forward. “Dean has been a key part of BlackArrow’s success and he has positioned us well for the future,” said Troiano.


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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

FCC, T-Mobile come to terms on speed tests

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The FCC announced it has worked out an agreement with T-Mobile to ensure the carrier’s customers get accurate mobile broadband speed test readings even after they’ve been throttled. T-Mobile last summer began exempting data speed tests from impacting customers’ data caps, but speed tests under that program displayed full network speeds even if the customer is being throttled back to 128 Kbps or 64 Kbps.


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Kids’ VOD network Kabillion lands deal with Cablevision

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Kabillion, a VOD network that features content for kids, recently reached a carriage agreement with Cablevision. With the Cablevision deal, Kabillion is now available to more than 50 million homes across the United States. Other programming partners for Kabillion include Comcast, Time Warner Cable, Charter Communications, Verizon and Bright House Networks.


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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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ARTICLE

Building A Converged Video Architecture: A Panacea for Multi-platform Woes

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A scalable converged video architecture lets the pay-TV service provider rise above the challenges of multi-platform video integration and allows them to focus on the business side of monetization. It also means more relevant ads for consumers and cross-platform, addressable ads for advertisers. In the end, this architecture has a little something for everyone.


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UTStarcom brings Wi-Fi offload system to North American market

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UTStarcom is targeting the North American cable operator market with its system for offloading wireless traffic onto a Wi-Fi network. The solution, in use for over a year in other markets, includes a carrier class Wi-Fi AC which supports more than 120,000 access points and over 1.3 million subscribers within a single chassis.


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