Fitch: Cord cutters modestly affecting credit ratings; Cablevision reaches 75K Wi-Fi hotspots

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> Fitch Ratings service believes that cord cutting will modestly impact the credit ratings for media giants. Release

> Cablevision Systems' Wi-Fi network now stands at 75,000 hotspots. Article

> Hawthorn Suites by Wyndham in West Palm Beach, Fla., chooses Comcast Business Hospitality. Release

IPTV News

> Having launched in Sweden, cloud-based TV operator Magine is ready to take its mix of over-the-air and cable channels to the German and Spanish markets later this year, then move across the English Channel into the U.K. sometime next year. Article

Telecom News

> Windstream has been awarded a spot on the General Services Administration's Region 6 local services acquisition (LSA) contract where it will provide telecom services to federal agencies in four states. Article

> Cloud and managed CPE (consumer premise equipment) security services were the dominant elements of the managed security market, according to a new Infonetics report, driving the overall segment up 12 percent in 2012 to $13 billion. Article

Online Video News

> LAS VEGAS—Statistics show that when it comes to broadband usage, 63.4 percent of usage is from people watching video. But according to an Arris executive, much of the video being watched is from power users. Article

And finally... Warner Bros. deploys Elemental video processing solution for digital end-to-end content workflow. Release

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