Cablevision announces $5 per month increase for Internet service Cablevision Systems announced that the price of its high-speed Internet service will increase by $5 per month in 2013. The new pricing will result in an average increase of 3.2% on the monthly bills of Optimum Online customers who are not currently in a promotional package. Cablevision made no adjustment to the price of its cable television or phone products.
FCC chairman wants to give Internet video providers access to more content FCC. Chairman Tom Wheeler yesterday proposed allowing Internet video providers to show some content previously available only on cable and broadcast TV. Internet video providers could offer "many different kinds of multichannel video packages designed for different tastes and preferences." Wheeler added. Netflix (NFLX) provides Internet video content, while Comcast (CMCSA) and Cablevision (CVC) provide cable TV services. Broadcast TV providers include CBS (CBS), Twenty-First Century Fox (FOXA), and Disney (DIS). Reference Link