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Telecoms Selling TV Have Bigger Impact on Cable Firms

November 1, 2013

Nearly a decade after Verizon Communications and AT&T began building pipelines to carry TV service to US homes, they are nearing the market share of cable operators in areas where they operate, according to third-quarter results released by cable and phone companies in recent days.

 


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