Greene: Vongo offers cable 'great opportunities'

February 2006
CED;Feb2006, Vol. 32 Issue 2, p8
Trade Publication
The article reports that Bob Greene, the senior vice president for advanced services at Starz Entertainment Group (SEG), clarified in 2006 that the firm's new Vongo service was not designed to redirect revenues traditionally earmarked for broadband network operators in the U.S. Greene cited that Vongo instead offers business opportunities for the cable and telecommunication affiliates of SEG.


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