Phone fight

Shields, Todd
April 2005
Brandweek;4/4/2005, Vol. 46 Issue 14, pSR54
Trade Publication
Focuses on the conflict between telecommunication companies and cable operators due to the high-speed fiber line services offered by telephone companies in the U.S. Comment issued by telecommunication company Verizon against cable operators which are against the high-speed fiber line technology; Number of cable television users as of 2005; Involvement of cable television in Internet services.


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