Time Warner Cable, Charter, Cablevision capitalize on the broadband-only opportunity

While traditional cable operators--namely Time Warner Cable (NYSE: TWC), Charter (Nasdaq: CHTR) and Cablevision (NYSE: CVC)--have spent years trying to lure subscribers with triple-play voice, video and data bundles, they are increasingly finding the best recipe is one that includes a broadband-only option. What's driving this trend, reports Steve Donohue, Editor of FierceCable in his latest feature, are two common factors:  the demand for broadband service is surpassing sales of traditional video service sales and generating higher profit margins than video because of rising programming costs. Read more

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