Tag: Cablevision

As Altice’s Cablevision Purchase Heads To Finish Line, Newsday’s Future Uncertain

If the $17.7 billion deal goes through as expected, the European-based company could become the fourth largest cable provider in the U.S. What the future holds for Newsday and News 12 Long Island remains unclear.

Nassau Coliseum Groundbreaking Ceremony Starts Renovation

Officials smashed a wall with sledgehammers to celebrate the start of the work.

What Will Altice Buying Cablevision Mean for Long Island News?

The European company also struck a deal to buy Newsday, News12 and amNewYork.

Cablevision Sued Over Wi-Fi Hotspots

Optimum Wi-Fi Hotspots are allegedly putting customers’ electronic devices’ security at risk, slowing Internet speeds and increasing electric bills.

Top 10 Most-Read Long Island News Stories of 2014

Some are more surprising than others.

Cablevision’s AMC in Talks to Partly Own BBC America

The deal, of which the financial terms are still being negotiated, is intended to cement the premium content providers in a more formidable arrangement, cut overhead costs and let AMC leverage advertising and distribution to their mutual benefit.

What Does Comcast-Time Warner Merger Mean for Cablevision and Newsday?

Recent Comcast-Charter deal suggests that Cablevision is off the table—for now.

Class Action Status Granted in Suit Against Cablevision for 2010 Fox...

On March 31, 2014, U.S. District Court Judge Joanna Seybert ruled in favor of the plaintiffs’ motion for class certification.

Newsday Gets 3rd New Publisher in 6 Years

Gordon McLeod will replace Fred Groser next week.

Top 13 Long Island News Stories of ’13

Storms, scams and deaths: 2013 local news in review.