November 2006
Multichannel News;11/27/2006, Vol. 27 Issue 47, p35
The article reports development related to U.S. television broadcasting. Randy Falco was named chairman and chief executive officer of AOL LLC because of his experiences. Top five gainers in the industry are Terayon with 22.66%, Juniper Networks with 9.01%, Speedus with 6.67%, Blonde Tongue Laboratories with 5.84% and Broadcom with 5.81%. In addition its top five losers, includes Adelphia Communications, 3Com Corp, Worldgate Communications, NTL Incorporated New and Outdoor Channel Holdings Inc.


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