Why cable should bank on broadband and thank Netflix

Why cable should bank on broadband and thank Netflix

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With initiatives like TV Everywhere and broadband usage caps, is the cable industry biting the hands of the streaming video companies that are driving its most vibrant prospect for growth? Now that Time Warner Cable, AT&T and Verizon have kicked off  the latest round of quarterly earnings reports by multi-channel...
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