MSOs added 970K broadband subscribers in Q1; Comcast finishes Jersey shore upgrades

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> According to the most recent count by Leichtman Research Group, the top 10 pay TV operators netted around 970,000 high-speed Internet subscribers in the first quarter of 2014, a 21 percent uptick over the same period in 2013. Story

> Comcast has finished a series of service enhancements and upgrades along the Jersey shore. Story

> CNN's new prime-time programming lineup is making the network's ratings even worse than before. Story

And finally... Cox Communications will enable TV Everywhere access for the Tennis Channel starting May 25. Story

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