Talk about stretching yourself thin. Broadweave mentioned to the Daily Herald that they plan to buy a fiber optic network in Houston, Texas, likely the OEN network that went belly-up after less than a year of operations. They only manged to reach about 5,000 customers before abruptly halting service, falling far short of their goal to wire 1.6M homes. Despite the large investments from venture capitalists, I doubt Broadweave has the money to continue construction in Houston, do further roll-outs in Provo and continue to build their network in Traverse Mountain.
Wake up, Provo. This company isn't going to be around more than a couple of years and you'll still be left holding the bag.
EDIT: Almost forgot to mention that Broadweave also plans to upgrade the TV signals on iProvo from MPEG-2 to MPEG-4. This will require replacing the existing set-top boxes to support the new signals. At around $300 a pop, it would take nearly $1.8M to upgrade the existing video customers on iProvo. Yet another hunk of cash I doubt they have.