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  Time Warner Cable drops new Arris gateway into LA, New York City markets  
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  Suddenlink first cable operators to sign up for Sony Movie Channel  
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  Turner channels removed from Dish amid pact spat  
  BLOG  
  Who is this Polka guy, and why is he saying such heinous things?  
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  FiOS growth solid, if unspectactular, in Verizon Q2  

TC600E QAM to Analog from Vecima

Vecima’s new TC600E demodulates up to 36 QAM channels, decrypts up to 36 single program streams and supports up to 36 HD channels in a single unit.


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Time Warner Cable drops new Arris gateway into LA, New York City markets

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Time Warner Cable has upped its DVR capability in its Los Angeles and New York City markets with a new six-tuner gateway from Arris. Arris’ DCX3600 gateway features a 1-terabyte hard drive, which features up to six times more storage capacity than current Time Warner Cable DVRs.


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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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Suddenlink first cable operators to sign up for Sony Movie Channel

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Suddenlink Communications is the first cable operator to sign a carriage agreement with Sony Movie Channel. Sony Movie Channel, which is broadcast in HD, has deals in place with Dish Network, DirecTV, Verizon, AT&T and CenturyLink.


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Turner channels removed from Dish amid pact spat

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Channels such as Cartoon Network and CNN are no longer part of Dish's programming lineup as a deadline has passed for the satellite TV provider and Turner Broadcasting to renew their distribution agreement. Dish Network Corp. said Tuesday that Turner refused to extend the overall deal. But Turner— a division of Time Warner Inc. — said in a statement that it has worked for months to come up with a fair agreement.


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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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Who is this Polka guy, and why is he saying such heinous things?

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“Why won't you give cable subscribers the same rights you're evidently giving broadband customers under the ‘CBS All Access’ plan?” Maybe because broadcasters will make much less money if viewers get to choose to pay for each of the major networks, because everyone expects that tens and tens of millions of viewers won’t.


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FiOS growth solid, if unspectactular, in Verizon Q2

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While FiOS did well on the residential side with 114K new video subscribers, commercial FiOS operations have been lagging. On the enterprise side, FiOS revenue was down 4.4 percent in the quarter. Analysts assert that cable competition is cutting into FiOS commercial operations.


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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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The AWS-3 auction is going to be a street fight

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Eighty potential bidders have submitted applications to participate. Smaller carriers like Guam-based Docomo and Bluegrass Wireless have thrown their hats in the ring, but the ones to watch are AT&T, T-Mobile, Verizon and Dish, which needs a strong broadband play and thinks wireless will be the way to go.


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