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  GCI’s 1-Gig service to land in Juneau  
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  EBay to split off lucrative PayPal business  
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  Net Neutrality: Government takes on the Internet  

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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FCC signals review if OTT companies qualify as MVPDs

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The FCC has revived an obscure complaint by Sky Angel against Discovery. If the FCC changes policy in favor of Sky Angel, online providers would have the same ability to negotiate for carriage of local broadcast TV stations that cable and satellite TV providers have.


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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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TiVo app gets its Android game on; Atlantic Broadband a player

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Android users rejoice: TiVo has updated its app to include support for Android devices and Atlantic Broadband is offering the newest version of the app to its TiVo users. Starting today, TiVo users can download the TiVo Android App from the Google Play Store with availability to soon follow on the Amazon App Store.


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FCC scraps sports blackout rule

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The blackout rule was put in place at a time when attendance was still the major source of revenue for most professional teams. In the decades since, ticket sales have been reduced to a minority percentage of proceeds. In the NFL especially, teams’ revenue from the sale of TV rights has far exceeded income at the gate.


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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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GCI’s 1-Gig service to land in Juneau

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GCI Communications, which is Alaska’s biggest telecommunications company, said it would launch its 1-Gig “fiber re:D” service in Juneau before the end of 2016 after previously announcing the fiber service would be available in Anchorage next year. Like Google Fiber and AT&T, GCI is asking its customers to go to its website to express their interest in the 1 Gigabit offering, which will determine the neighborhoods that will get it first.


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EBay to split off lucrative PayPal business

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EBay is splitting off its fastest growing segment, mobile payment service PayPal, the e-commerce company said Tuesday. The move comes after months of pressure from activist investor and billionaire Carl Icahn, who has a 2.5 percent state in eBay, according to FactSet.


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Net Neutrality: Government takes on the Internet

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Should the company that supplies your Internet access be allowed to cut deals with online services such as Netflix, Amazon or YouTube to move their content faster? The FCC is tackling that question this fall after the public submitted a record 3.7 million comments on the subject.


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