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February 20, 2014
07:39 EDTDTVDirecTV reports Q4 Latin America net subscriber additions 231K
Excluding changes in foreign exchange rates, DTVLA fourth quarter revenues grew 24% driven by a 15% increase in the average number of subscribers and an 8% increase in local currency ARPU's. When factoring in unfavorable changes in foreign currency, most notably in Venezuela, Argentina and Brazil, DTVLA ARPU declined 7.8% to $51.47 and revenues increased 6% to $1.77B compared to the fourth quarter of 2012. Net subscriber additions of 231,000 in the quarter decreased from 658,000 in the prior year period due to a decline in gross subscriber additions, along with a higher average monthly churn rate. Fourth quarter gross subscriber additions declined to 989,000 principally due to lower imports of set-top boxes for new customers in Venezuela, as well as lower subscriber additions in Argentina, Colombia and Chile associated with more challenging economic and competitive conditions. Average monthly post-paid churn increased to 1.85% and total average monthly churn increased to 2.21% mostly due to higher churn in Brazil related to the effect of a higher mix of mass market subscribers along with more challenging economic and competitive conditions. DTVLA ended the year with 11.57M subscribers, an increase of 12% compared with the year ended December 31, 2012.
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January 22, 2015
13:15 EDTDTVAT&T to review name of DirecTV unit, WSJ reports
AT&T (T) CEO Randall Stephenson said in an interview at the World Economic Forum in Davos that the company will review the name of its DirecTV (DTV) unit, The Wall Street Journal reports. Stephenson also noted that the $48.5B acquisition, which must be approved by regulators, will give AT&T a "differentiated offering" in trying to win customers. Reference Link
January 21, 2015
08:31 EDTDTVAT&T CEO says net neutrality may end up in Supreme Court, CNBC says
AT&T (T) Chairman and CEO Randall Stephenson believes the net neutrality debate may have to be settled by the Supreme Court, reports CNBC, citing a CNBC interview on Wednesday from the World Economic Forum in Davos. Stephenson stated, "We need a neutral Internet... I think everyone agrees with that. Where everyone is getting stuck now is going beyond that." Stephenson also stated the neutrality debate will not affect his company's decision to bid $49B for DirecTV (DTV), though he believes a quick decision from the FCC could quicken Comcast's (CMCSA, CMCSK) $45B negotiations for Time Warner Cable (TWC). Reference Link

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