- Broadband Bytes for 2013-09-06 http://t.co/dsvK3XasK8 ->
- Pay TV losses accelerate. http://t.co/7f2qBzERF8 ->
- California Congresswoman wants to fight cable TV blackouts. http://t.co/oxwZ1JUgwC ->
- Unsurprisingly, threatening people doesn't work so well. Maybe you should give the people what they want instead? http://t.co/qEW5vq94l4 ->
- CenturyLink has a lot of Haterade for retransmission costs and channel bundling. http://t.co/SurSfXHI1F ->
- Remember Verizon's harebrained scheme to use wireless to replace wired? Yeah, that's dead now. http://t.co/0ZCajDYNJv ->
- Here's a hint at what UTOPIA may be working on for Monday. http://t.co/94hAZJLb6Q ->
- You can be a dumbpipe or a services provider. Comcast is choosing the later. http://t.co/6xq3WHuhyU ->
- When you try to re-cast an issue with declining sales tax revenues as something else, you're gonna have a bad time. http://t.co/KgjAuppozP ->
- Remember the good old days when cable TV didn't require their box? http://t.co/zAzkTiWlpa ->
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