CenturyLink's Post says company poised for growth; Employees telecommuting rose to 27% in 2012

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> CenturyLink's CEO Glen Post says they are poised for more growth. Article

> ADTRAN welcomes the $485 Million FCC Connect America Fund order spurring additional broadband investment. Release

Cable News

> Comcast, in a patent filing, said it may attempt to use group discounts similar to those marketed by Groupon and LivingSocial to sell movies on its Xfinity On Demand platform the same day they are released in theaters. Article

> LIN TV began warning Time Warner Cable subscribers in 14 markets that they will lose the feeds for stations carrying ABC, NBC, Fox and NBC on May 31 unless the MSO agrees pay increased retransmission-consent fees. Article

IPTV News

> Frost & Sullivan has named AT&T U-verse TV the "2013 Video Company of the Year," which is first time it has won the award since 2009. Article

And finally… Employees working at home at least one time per week rose from 18 percent in 2010 to 27 percent in 2012. Post

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