Frontier names three executives to oversee its Rochester market; Cincinnati Bell to announce Q1 earnings on May 7

Wireline news from across the web:

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> Frontier Communications has appointed a new leadership team to oversee the Rochester market, one of the largest in its territory. Article

> GENBAND has appointed Patrick Joggerst as executive vice president and chief marketing officer, responsible for the company's marketing, training and go-to-market initiatives. Release

> Wave Broadband continues to roll out residential gigabit service, something it has done since 2013 when it acquired CondoInternet, quietly amidst announcements from incumbent telco AT&T and others. Article

> Cincinnati Bell will host a conference call on Thursday, May 7, at 1 p.m. ET to discuss its financial results for the first quarter of 2015, which will be issued before the market opens that day. Release

> Members of COMPTEL elected 13 companies to serve on the COMPTEL Board of Directors for the 2015-2017 term during the annual membership meeting at the COMPTELPLUS Business Expo 2015. Release

> The International Telecom Union (ITU) is celebrating its 150-year anniversary. Article

Cable News
> Cable's lobbying interests have officially weighed in on the FCC's reclassification of Internet service providers under Title II, with both the NCTA and ACA filing suit against the regulatory group on Tuesday. Article

> Dish Network has expanded the in-home availability of the Netflix app on its system, extending its use beyond Dish's Hopper DVRs and to the Joey client boxes in adjacent rooms. Article

Online Video News
> Online video companies are beginning to think about the day when revenue from digital video ads surpasses that of traditional television advertising. Article

Wireless News
> Qualcomm brushed off calls from an activist shareholder to break up its chipset and patent-licensing businesses, arguing that keeping them together is in the best interests of shareholders. Article

> Verizon Wireless is taking flak for a posting on its website written by industry analyst Jack Gold that suggests customers do not want or need unlimited data plans. Article

And finally… @Mark_Showalter: Ciena, Juniper, Infinera: Will Ericsson Have to Buy After NOK-ALU Deal? Article

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