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Atlantic Broadband acquires Thames Valley Communications

  • Source: Light Reading
  • Date: 1/10/20

QUINCY, Mass. -- Atlantic Broadband, the nation's eighth-largest cable operator, today announced that it has signed a definitive agreement to purchase Thames Valley Communications, a broadband services company operating in Southeastern Connecticut. The transaction is subject to customary regulatory approvals and is expected to close within three months. Upon closing of the transaction, Atlantic Broadband will add approximately 10,000 customers to its operations in Connecticut.

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Atlantic Broadband Acquisitions Continue with Plans to Buy Thames Valley Communications

  • Source: Telecompetitor
  • Date: 1/10/20

Atlantic Broadband continued in its role as broadband provider consolidator with the news today that the company plans to acquire Connecticut-based Thames Valley Communications. The acquisition, which is expected to close within three months, will bring approximately 10,000 customers in the communities of Groton, Mystic, Stonington, Pawcatuck and Gales Ferry into the Atlantic Broadband fold, an Atlantic Broadband spokesperson told Telecompetitor in an email.

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Atlantic Broadband to buy Thames Valley Communications

  • Source: Multichannel News
  • Date: 1/10/20

Atlantic Broadband said it has signed a definitive agreement to purchase Thames Valley Communications, a Southeastern Connecticut broadband services company, for about $50 million. The deal, expected to close in about three months, would add about 10,000 broadband customers in Groton, Mystic, Stonington, Pawcatuck and Gales Ferry. Atlantic Broadband already has a strong presence in Connecticut, after its 2015 purchase of MetroCast’s operations in that state.

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Atlantic Broadband to buy Thames Valley Communications

  • Source: Multichannel News
  • Date: 1/10/20

Atlantic Broadband said it has signed a definitive agreement to purchase Thames Valley Communications, a Southeastern Connecticut broadband services company, for about $50 million. The deal, expected to close in about three months, would add about 10,000 broadband customers in Groton, Mystic, Stonington, Pawcatuck and Gales Ferry. Atlantic Broadband already has a strong presence in Connecticut, after its 2015 purchase of MetroCast’s operations in that state.

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Atlantic Broadband announces C-SPAN StudentCam Competition

  • Source: The Bay Times & Record Observer
  • Date: 1/1/20

QUINCY, Mass. — In support of C-SPAN’s national “StudentCam” initiative, Atlantic Broadband, the nation’s eighth-largest cable operator, is inviting middle school and high school students in its service areas to create and submit video documentaries on the theme, “What’s Your Vision in 2020?” The documentary competition, now in its 16th year, asks students to create a five-to-six-minute documentary exploring the issues they most want presidential candidates to address during the 2020 campaign. Videos must include clips of supporting C-SPAN video that relate to the chosen topic.

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Atlantic Broadband brings internet to the region

  • Source: The Daily Press/Tidewater Review
  • Date: 12/13/19

Local, state and federal government representatives met in King William Thursday to celebrate the long-awaited activations giving citizens access to high-speed internet, phone and cable services in parts of King William, King and Queen and Caroline counties.

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Two Atlantic Broadband employees go beyond the forty-hour week as local volunteers

  • Source: Southern Maryland Chronicle
  • Date: 12/9/19

Being part of a community is a little more for Atlantic Broadband Vice President/General Manager Scott Randall and Business Serviceability Coordinator Willie Knight. Both serve as Volunteer Firefighters and EMT’s. Scott Randall has spent nearly 20 years as a firefighter in York, Pa and then in various communities in Maryland. Willie Knight works with the Lexington Park Volunteer Rescue Squad as an Emergency Medical Technician(EMT). Both men, along with many others in the community go beyond the 40-hour workweek.

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Atlantic Broadband Brings Amazon Prime Video to Select TiVo Boxes

  • Source: Light Reading
  • Date: 12/5/19

QUINCY, Mass. -- Atlantic Broadband, the nation's eighth largest cable operator, today announced that it has partnered with TiVo, the company that brings entertainment together, to deliver the Prime Video app to select TiVo devices.

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Atlantic Broadband accepting Toys for Tots donations

  • Source: Cumberland Times-News
  • Date: 12/1/19

CUMBERLAND — Atlantic Broadband, the nation’s eighth-largest cable operator, is working to make the holiday season brighter for children in need through its participation in the U.S. Marine Corps Reserve’s Toys for Tots program.

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Local Atlantic Broadband Employees Support the Community Outside Work as Volunteer Emergency Services

  • Source: The Baynet.com
  • Date: 11/28/19

Hollywood, MD - November 28, 2019 - Like many communities, local fire departments and emergency medical services in Maryland largely depend on the residents that donate their personal time. Without those commitments, many lifesaving services and resources would be unavailable, so there is consistently a need and demand for volunteerism.

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