A day without cable news and insight? Say it isn't so

Jim BartholdIt's time to celebrate. Not only is Monday a holiday in honor of the founding of the United States where a free press is a guaranteed right, it's also a day when you're free of FierceCable and its unseemly insights into the cable industry.

Since everyone wants good news, however, here's some for you: we'll be back with guns blazing on Tuesday. Enjoy the holiday respite.

Of course, if you just can't be without cable news and insights for that long, you can always enjoy these recent features:

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From our FierceOnlineVideo sister publication:
Is Hulu a threat to Netflix? Maybe, but it's more likely a challenge to TV Everywhere

From FierceTelecom:
Bill Demuth, CTO of SureWest, talks about technology, power of relationships and life after retirement

And if you haven't heard enough about Google lately, FierceVoIP has got it covered:
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