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Atlantic B’Band Connects South Beach Hotels

  • Source: Broadband Technology Report (BTR)
  • Date: 5/19/15

The Clevelander Hotel and Essex House Hotel, South Beach properties in the Miami Beach Art Deco District, have selected Atlantic Broadband's Business Services to provide fiber-based Metro Ethernet with Internet speeds up to 150 Mbps to connect both hotels' administrative offices, as well as to expand HD video offerings in hotel common areas and guest rooms.

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Hulu signs new deals with video programming distributors

  • Source: Telecompaper
  • Date: 5/11/15

Hulu has signed deals to provide its subscription streaming service to five multichannel video programming distributors including Armstrong, Atlantic Broadband, Mediacom Communications, Midcontinent Communications and WideOpenWest (WOW!). The agreements will allow the companies to show Hulu's library of content directly to video and broadband subscribers on their advanced set-top boxes.

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Hulu Strikes Sales Deal With Five More Cable Companies

  • Source: BroadbandDSLReports.com
  • Date: 5/8/15

Last week Cablevision announced a vague new partnership with Hulu to help sell the company's subscription Internet video service, Hulu Plus. Suggesting that the deal is even less interesting than it already appeared, Hulu today announced they've now struck similar deals with five other cable companies, including Armstrong, Atlantic Broadband, Mediacom Communications, Midcontinent Communications and WideOpenWest (WOW!).

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Hulu's Connolly: MVPD relationships built on revenue sharing, keeping user experience intact

  • Source: FierceCable
  • Date: 5/7/15

CHICAGO--With his SVOD service making a flurry of MVPD partnership announcements in recent weeks, Hulu distribution chief Tim Connolly used an INTX panel focused on OTT distribution to better explain how these arrangements work.

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Hulu Scores Indie Ops

  • Source: CableFax
  • Date: 5/6/15

Subs of indies ops including Armstrong, Atlantic Broadband, Mediacom, Midcontinent, and WOW! are getting access to Hulu.

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Final Shots: Five More Cable Companies to Bring Hulu to Subscribers

  • Source: Decider.com
  • Date: 5/5/15

Cablevision isn’t the only cable provider to view streaming as the future of the television. A week after the company announced a plan to offer Hulu to its Optimum subscribers, five other providers have signed on to do the same, reports Hulu. According to the magazine, Armstrong, Atlantic Broadband, Mediacom Communications, Midcontinent Communications and WideOpenWest have all entered into agreements with the streaming service to allow their subscribers access to their catalogue of TV shows, movies and documentaries. Its unclear when the service will be available to subscribers of each cable provider or how much it will cost.

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Handful of MSOs offering Hulu directly

  • Source: CED Magazine
  • Date: 5/5/15

Mediacom Communications has cut deals to make both Netflix and Hulu directly available to its customers. Hulu entered similar deals with Armstrong, Atlantic Broadband, Mediacom Communications, Midcontinent Communications and WideOpenWest (WOW!).

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Hulu Gets Distribution With 5 Pay-TV Operators, Signaling Further Market Evolution

  • Source: VideoNuze
  • Date: 5/5/15

Hulu has announced that it has distribution deals with 5 small-to-mid-sized U.S. pay-TV operators: Armstrong, Atlantic Broadband, Mediacom, Midcontinent and WideOpenWest (WOW!). The deals follow last week's news that Hulu has signed up Cablevision as the first U.S. pay-TV operator to distribute its service.

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Hulu On Cable? Five More Operators Sign Up

  • Source: MediaPost
  • Date: 5/5/15

One week after announcing Cablevision Systems would sell its subscription-video service to customers, Hulu said it has inked deals with five smaller cable companies to deliver to service through their set-tops.

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Hulu Pacts with 5 More Cable Operators to Resell Subscription-Video Service

  • Source: Variety
  • Date: 5/5/15

Hulu is bringing its over-the-top video streaming service into more cable lineups.

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