Diana Goovaerts
Editor, Wireless Week

Diana Goovaerts is Editor of Wireless Week and a regular contributor to CED. 

With two years of telecommunications industry experience, she also comes to the table armed with five years of newspaper reporting and scholarly book publishing experience. Diana looks forward to exploring emerging cable and wireless technologies as well as the innovations from the world's operators.

A Penn State alum, Diana loves reading, hiking, kayaking, and international travel. She lives in northern New Jersey with her boyfriend and their pack of furry friends.

AT&T will bring trials of its fixed wireless 5G technology to three new cities by the end of the year, expanding an effort it launched in Austin in June.
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8.30.2017
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Nearly 190,000 cable and wireline subscribers are without service in the wake of Hurricane Harvey, though all TV stations remained on air as of Monday morning...
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8.29.2017
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Just in time for football season, Hulu is bringing its Live TV experience to customers’ laptops and PCs via a new web browser interface.
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8.24.2017
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The National Association of Broadcasters (NAB) is urging federal regulators and legislators not to be fooled by “empty promises” this week, after a group of...
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8.24.2017
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It seems early investments from Verizon and others (like AT&T) in fixed wireless 5G broadband are set to pay off.
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8.24.2017
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Brazilian regulators have raised the red flag on AT&T’s proposed Time Warner merger, saying the deal poses risks to competition.
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8.22.2017
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AT&T is rolling ahead with deployments of its ultra-high-speed internet services, announcing the availability of its G.fast coaxial technology in eight...
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8.22.2017
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AT&T and the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) are reportedly making headway in their discussions about the former's Time Warner merger despite the...
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8.18.2017
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Comcast’s Xfinity Mobile hybrid wireless offering is now live across the operator’s entire nationwide retail footprint, the company says.
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8.17.2017
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Tech giant Apple has reportedly set aside $1 billion to invest in the creation of original content as it looks to secure a firmer spot in the burgeoning over-...
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8.16.2017
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Music streaming service Pandora will have a new President and CEO as of next month: former Dish streaming chief Roger Lynch.
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8.15.2017
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European telecom giant Altice NV is reportedly weighing an offer to buy U.S. cable company Charter Communications in a bid to expand its stateside reach. But...
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8.11.2017
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Bucking the recent trend of operators raving about the wonders of bundling, Verizon's Wireless head Ronan Dunne contends that strategy has little value in...
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8.9.2017
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Losses for Hulu have more than quadrupled from the first half of 2015 to the first half of this year as the streaming service burns through cash in an attempt...
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8.9.2017
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AT&T’s new entertainment head John Stankey says the operator isn’t planning to sell news network CNN in the wake of its Time Warner merger.
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8.8.2017
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AT&T has tapped former GroupM North America CEO Brian Lesser to help it build a new advertising and analytics business in the wake of its merger with...
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8.4.2017
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Comcast this week rolled out new controls for its xFi home WiFi service, offering new network management options including Timed Pause, search restrictions,...
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8.4.2017
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Fiber acquisition news has been flooding the headlines as operators look to prepare for 5G, but at least one company isn’t looking to join the fray. At least...
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8.4.2017
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Churn proved to be a small bright spot for Dish Network during a second quarter in which the company lost both subscribers and revenue.
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8.3.2017
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The FCC is moving ahead with plans to hold a reverse auction that will award nearly $2 billion in Connect American Fund support over the next ten years to...
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8.3.2017
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Windstream shares plunged more than 18 percent Thursday morning after the company declared a $68 million net loss and announced plans to scrap its quarterly...
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8.3.2017
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CenturyLink is scaling back expectations for the full year 2017 as revenues continue to drop and broadband subscriber figures flounder amid intense competition.
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8.3.2017
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Verizon is set to acquire WideOpenWest's (WOW!) Chicago-area fiber network for $225 million as part of its continued efforts to prepare for 5G.
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8.2.2017
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Sprint CEO Marcelo Claure says he has “no idea what offer” Charter was refusing in its statement earlier this week that the cable company was not interested in...
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8.2.2017
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Comcast is gearing up for the launch of its new “Xfinity Instant TV” streaming service later this year, executives say.
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8.1.2017
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Three AT&T executives are set to take on new roles as the carrier merges with entertainment giant Time Warner.
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7.31.2017
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SoftBank CEO Masayoshi Son isn't letting a deal with Charter slip through his hands that easily.
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7.31.2017
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As change is inevitable and the dimensions of cable companies continue to evolve and expand (and even contract), so must we at CED.
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7.28.2017
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One of the most interesting observations from Comcast executives was the revelation that customers are actually trending away from Comcast's unlimited...
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7.28.2017
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Verizon grabbed headlines Thursday morning with wireless results that handily beat expectations, but it was more of a mixed bag on the wireline side of the...
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7.27.2017
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Satellite communications provider SES says nine more TV operators have signed on to trial its 4K content delivery platform, raising the total number of U.S....
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7.26.2017
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AT&T is looking to push well beyond its fiber buildout commitment with the Federal Communications Commission to hit 14 million fiber to the premises...
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7.26.2017
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Google parent company Alphabet’s second quarter earnings report was dominated by the impacts of a $2.7 billion fine from European Union antitrust authorities.
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7.25.2017
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CableLabs this week debuted a new open source LoRaWAN solution it says will help more of its members compete in the low-power, wide-area (LPWA) space as the...
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7.25.2017
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Arris is rolling out a new lineup of TiVo-powered set-top boxes designed to help independent operators provide over-the-top (OTT) content alongside regular...
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7.24.2017
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CenturyLink has been under fire as of late, amid allegations of cramming and overcharging and a lawsuit filed by the Minnesota Attorney General to address the...
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7.24.2017
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Frontier Communications says it has hit a key milestone related to its Connect America Fund (CAF) participation: extending broadband to 40 percent of eligible...
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7.21.2017
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Canadian operator Rogers Communications’ net income grew 35 percent in the second quarter to hit $531 million ($420.8 million USD) thanks in large part to the...
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7.20.2017
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If you had to give up either your pay-TV service or Netflix, which would you choose? According to a new report from The Diffusion Group (TDG), around four in...
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7.20.2017
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