Important note for readers – FierceIPTV set to merge with FierceCable

Jason NelsonOn Oct. 7, FierceIPTV is merging with its sister publication, FierceCable. The new publication will retain the FierceCable name, reflecting the topography of modern networks. The new FierceCable will expand its editorial coverage to address all Pay TV networks.

Pay TV networks of all types are facing many of the same challenges and opportunities, such as cord-cutting, negotiations with content owners, and marketing additional services to subscribers. By focusing our editorial efforts on a single publication with a daily frequency, we'll be able to offer better in-depth news coverage and analysis that previously required reading two publications.

Please add [email protected] to your safe-senders list to make sure you won't miss an issue. You will automatically start receiving the new FierceCable on Monday, Oct. 7.  Click here to read more about this and other updates we are making to our telecom publication lineup. We're excited for this new chapter and hope you will enjoy it as well.

Jason Nelson
Group Publisher - Telecom, Energy, Marketing and Retail
[email protected]

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