June 2006
CableFAX Daily;6/1/2006, Vol. 17 Issue 106, p3
Market Research Report
Deals with the competition between AT&T and Verizon in Indiana's telecommunications market. Plans of AT&T to bring video and broadband services to the state; Target subscribers of Verizon's FIOS TV for its New England Cable News offering.


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