Altice | Cablevision

Spicer Circulates News Story Predicting Noncom Media Fund Slashing

Location:
The White House, Washington, 20500, United States
Recommendation:
3

The White House was not taking issue with a Washington Post story saying the President planned to slash the funding for public broadcasting in his budget, expected to be released March 16.

Altice USA Bows Low-Cost 30-Meg Broadband Service

Location:
Altice USA, Oyster Bay, NY, United States
Recommendation:
3

Altice USA took the wraps off of Economy Internet, a low-cost broadband service for eligible families and seniors in the operator’s Optimum systems covering portions of New York, Connecticut and New Jersey.

Altice may seek more US growth after Cablevision deal

Location:
Altice SA, 3 boulevard Royal, Luxembourg, L-2449, Luxembourg
Recommendation:
2

Netherlands-based telecom company Altice may not be done seeking US growth through acquisitions, an Altice executive said, after the European group completed a $17.7 billion deal to buy Cablevision.

A Conversation With Cablevision’s New Owner

Location:
Altice SA, 3 boulevard Royal, Luxembourg, L-2449, Luxembourg
Recommendation:
2

A Q&A with Dexter Goei, chairman and chief executive of Altice USA.

Altice wins final regulatory approval to acquire Cablevision

Location:
New York State Public Service Commission, Albany, NY, 12223-1350, United States
Recommendation:
4

New York state regulators approved European telecommunication group Altice NV's acquisition of Cablevision Systems Corp, a $17.7 billion deal that would create the fourth-largest US cable provider.

FCC approves Altice purchase of Cablevision Systems

Location:
Federal Communications Commission (FCC), 445 12th Street SW, Washington, DC, 20554, United States
Recommendation:
5

The Federal Communications Commission said it had approved European telecoms group Altice NV's acquisition of US cable company Cablevision Systems in a $17.7 billion deal that includes assumption of debt.

With Clock Ticking, New York City Officials Still Worried About Cablevision Deal

Location:
New York City Hall, 36 Chambers St, New York, NY, United States
Recommendation:
2

With two weeks to go before a decision is due, New York City officials are still making noise behind the scenes about concerns with Altice’s proposed acquisition of Cablevision.

CWA Keeps Up Pressure on Altice-Cablevision

Location:
Communications Workers of America (CWA), 501 3rd Street NW, Washington, DC, 20001, United States
Recommendation:
2

The Communications Workers of America has told the New York State Public Service Commission that the proposed merger of Altice and Cablevision Systems is not in the public interest and should be rejected.

Altice-Cablevision Deal Hits New Bumps

Location:
New York City Hall, 260 Broadway, New York, NY, 10007, United States
Recommendation:
3

Altice’s $10 billion deal to buy cable operator Cablevision Systems is running into unexpected turbulence in New York City. “The spread has widened in large part because people have become increasingly concerned that neither the city nor the state will find that the transaction is in the public interest, or alternatively, they’ll demand so much in terms of givebacks that ultimately the deal won’t be palatable to Altice,” said Craig Moffett.

FCC OKs Altice-Suddenlink Deal

Location:
Federal Communications Commission (FCC), 445 12th Street SW, Washington, DC, 20554, United States
Recommendation:
3

The Federal Communications Commission has stamped its approval on Altice Group’s proposed $9.1 billion acquisition of Suddenlink Communications.

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