Cox plans Arizona speed bump; Ceton shipping PC-Cable box cards

> Cox "Premier" plan high-speed data users in Arizona are getting a speed bump to 20 Mbps downstream, 4 Mbps upstream and a price bump from $59.95 to $64.95 a month. Story.

> Golf, politics and cable could be a bad mix in California when Democratic state senators tee it up at Torrey Pines with $150,000 in sponsorships from the California Cable and Telecommunications Association and four MSO members, Comcast, Cox, Charter and Time Warner Cable. Story.

> The Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) will reveal details about how the public can complain about cable companies next week. Story.

> Ceton will begin shipping cable TV tuning cards that turn Windows Media Center-enabled PCs into digital cable boxes in late May. Story.

> Charter Communications plans to roll out Enhanced TV Binary Interchange Format (EBIF) interactivity to about half of its digital set-tops this year. Story.

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