Frontier to release Q2 earnings on Aug. 3; Arctic Fiber submarine cable to connect Northern Canada communities to world

Wireline news from across the web:

> Frontier Communications plans to release second-quarter 2015 results on Monday, August 3, 2015 at 8:30 A.M. ET. Release

> Birch Communications announced its ongoing opposition to the significant broadband provider consolidation that has alarmingly left U.S. businesses and households with inadequate internet service options. Release

> Arctic Fiber is continuing its submarine cable project with the goal to connect remote Arctic communities to the world, through broadband. Article

Cable News
> A new job posting by Comcast appears to confirm reports that the cable giant is developing a platform to compete with Google's YouTube. Article

> Motive Television announced it will add ATSC-based DVR services to its TabletTV product, a further attempt by the company to bring TabletTV in line with existing broadcast TV offerings. Article

Wireless News
> Regional carrier C Spire Wireless said it is taking steps to more proactively help its customers avoid data overage charges. Article

> MVNO Helio is back in action under the control of South Korean telecom firm UBI Telecom, and its service is running on Sprint's network with roaming on Verizon Wireless' network. Article

And finally@JohnOMalley_PR: "Growing up on a farm is actually what gave me my love for technology." – Aaron Traffas. Article

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