Broadstripe Writes Its Last Chapter

September 2011
Multichannel News;9/5/2011, Vol. 32 Issue 33, p22
The article reports on the acquisition of Broadstripe, former Millennium Digital Media, by cable system providers Wave Broadband (Wave) and WideOpenWest LLC (WOW). It mentions that Broadstripe sold its cable assets to its stalking-horse bidders Wave and WOW earning a total of 95 million dollars enough to secure its creditors. According to WOW president Steven Cochran, the acquisition is exciting and so with the opportunity to further invest and grow the business.


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