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  Pay TV ops lose video subs for second year running  
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  Wheeler Takes Controversial Title II Pitch on the Road  
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  Frontier CEO steps down, McCarthy to take over helm  
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  GPON spending fuels big year for broadband equipment  
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  Ethernet switch market sets record in 4Q  

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Pay TV ops lose video subs for second year running

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Cord-cutting is happening, but it’s still happening only just enough to be detectable. The pay TV industry lost video customers again in 2014, this time about 125,000, compared to a net loss in 2013 of about 95,000 subscribers.


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Wheeler Takes Controversial Title II Pitch on the Road

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“President Obama and I have both been longtime supporters of net neutrality,” Wheeler said at MWC, arguing that the Internet needs a referee. “Do we have a set of rules that says activities should be reasonable and somebody who can throw the flag if they’re not?” 


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Frontier CEO steps down, McCarthy to take over helm

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Frontier Communications announced this morning that current president and chief operating officer Daniel McCarthy will succeed Maggie Wilderotter as CEO effective April 3. Wilderotter, the long-time CEO of Frontier, will transition to a new role at Frontier as executive chairman of its board of directors where she will work closely with McCarthy during the transition period.


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GPON spending fuels big year for broadband equipment

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Robust GPON equipment sales played a key role in driving the worldwide broadband equipment market to a record year in 2014. Spending on broadband aggregation equipment rose 9 percent in 2014, to $8.2 billion, according to a recent report by Infonetics Research.


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Ethernet switch market sets record in 4Q

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The Ethernet switch market reached a high-water mark in revenue and port shipments in the fourth quarter of 2014. Data center and campus markets were key drivers in the record setting fourth quarter.


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