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  1. Europe's Altice to Close Suddenlink Acquisition Before End of Year

    9:33 am 10/28/2015

    Following the completion of both the Suddenlink and Cablevision deals, Altice’s business will be roughly 48 percent French and “upwards of one-third” in the U.S.Read more

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  2. Cablevision Takeover: Who is Altice Founder Patrick Drahi?

    4:26 pm 9/17/2015

    The European giant that just struck a deal to purchase Cablevision is lead by a man that telecom mogul John Malone calls "a genius."Read more

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  3. Why Did the Dolans Sell Cablevision? (Analysis)

    9:51 am 9/17/2015

    "The Dolans must have seen the writing on the wall," says one analyst. Read more

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  4. Cablevision to Carry WGN America Under New Tribune Media Content Deal

    5:13 am 9/10/2015

    The cable operator also acquires Tribune’s 2.8 percent stake in Newsday Holdings.Read more

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  5. Cablevision to Provide CBS All Access, Showtime Streaming Service to Subscribers

    7:16 am 8/25/2015

    The cable provider and CBS announced on Tuesday that they had reached a new multi-year carriage agreement.Read more

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  6. Cablevision CEO: No Immediate Cord-Cutting "Landslide"

    7:40 am 8/7/2015

    "I don’t think the sky is falling quite yet," but over a decade 30 percent of the pay TV market could move to OTT services, says Jim Dolan, who also calls Verizon's impact on his company "minimal." Read more

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  7. Cablevision's James Dolan Touts Broadband Profits, "Cord-Cutter" Packages

    7:38 am 6/16/2015

    James Dolan also discussed cord-cutter packages, the future of niche networks and EDM acts, such as Swedish House Mafia, at an investor conference.Read more

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  8. Cable M&A: What's Next After Suddenlink's Sale to Europe's Altice?

    2:55 am 5/25/2015

    With Time Warner Cable the possible next target, one analyst says the Altice entry into the U.S. "creates even more uncertainty in an industry where virtually every element of the story is now in flux."Read more

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  9. Cablevision CEO Suggests Consolidation in New York Market

    9:39 am 5/6/2015

    James Dolan talks about deals with Time Warner Cable and others in his home market, while Liberty Global CEO Mike Fries criticizes the FCC’s “terrible regulation.” Read more

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  10. Cablevision CEO Talks Failed Comcast-Time Warner Cable Deal, Future of Pay TV

    7:54 am 5/4/2015

    James Dolan compares the company's traditional video service to "eggs and milk in the convenience store."Read more

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