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April 2006
CED;Apr2006, Vol. 32 Issue 4, p74
Trade Publication
The article presents an interview with Insight Communications Inc. chairman and CEO Michael Wilner. When asked about the privatization of the company, Wilner do not believe the company needed a public security to transact business. When asked what should be the priority of the cable industry, Wilner says that the industry should focus on launching the full bundle of telecommunications services. With regards to bandwidth expansion, Wilner says that plants at 750 Mhz or above will not have to be rebuilt for expansion of bandwidth.


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