Knology posts bigger loss, but bundles grow

Rural cable TV company and triple play service provider Knology posted a net loss for 2007 of about $43.9 million, almost 9% larger than its loss for the previous year. But, the company is hoping that increasing penetration of double play and triple play service bundles, combined with market opportunities from recent acquisitions, will fuel future growth for the company.  49% of Knology's customer base now have a triple play bundle, and 31% are signed up for two-service bundles.

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