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March 20, 2013
10:44 EDTCVCAlbert Fried believes a Cablevision takeover is possible
Albert Fried & Company believes a takeover of Cablevision (CVC) is possible over the next 12 to 18 months if the company divests certain assets such as Clearview Cinemas, Newsday, and developmental businesses such as New Chanel 12 and MSG Varsity, which combined generated $299M in operating loses in 2012. The firm believes the recent investment in Charter Communications (CHTR) will pressure Cablevision's management to create shareholder value given stock underperformance. Shares of Cablevision are Overweight rated with a $20 price target.
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July 15, 2014
08:03 EDTCVCPublic speak out on FCC 'net-neutrality' plan, WSJ says
The Federal Communications Commission's has received more than 677K comments so far from the public on its proposed 'net-neutrality' rules for how broadband providers can treat content traveling over their networks and a random sampling of the input suggests that the agency will have work to do to sell the plan, according to The Wall Street Journal. Companies that provide broadband Internet service include Comcast (CMCSA), AT&T (T), Verizon (VZ) Time Warner Cable (TWC), and Cablevision (CVC). Netflix (NFLX) sends a great deal of content over the Internet and strongly supports net neutrality. Reference Link
July 10, 2014
07:14 EDTCVCAereo seeks to survive as cable system, WSJ says
Following its Supreme Court loss, Aereo is now arguing that it should be classified as a cable system and receive a compulsory license that would give it legal access to content and allow it to continue operating, reported The Wall Street Journal. Television broadcasters that own the copyrights in many of the programs that Aereo streams, including CBS (CBS), Disney (DIS), 21st Century Fox (FOXA), and Comcast (CMCSA), successfully sued the service for copyright infringement. In addition to Comcast, publicly-traded cable companies include Time Warner Cable (TWC), Cablevision (CVC), and Charter (CHTR). Reference Link

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