Cable One sets focus on broadband, business services as video revenues continue to decline

Thomas Might, Cable OneCable One, like other cable MSOs, is seeing its once-predictable video cash generator continue to decline, but the company's CEO Thomas Might said new growth will come from two sources: broadband and business services.

Evidence of this trend is already being seen at Cable One. The company reported in 2015 that about 46 percent of its $807.3 million in revenue came from broadband services, up from just 30 percent in 2010.

Dan Frankel, editor of FierceCable recently caught up with Might to talk about Cable One's four-year transformation to become a company focused on what it says is more profitable connectivity services.

Take a look at the interview here.

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