No issue Thursday or Friday

Jim Barthold

Here's something to be thankful for this holiday. While there will be no FierceCable to fill you in with the latest news and opinions tomorrow or Friday, it will be back with just as much, if not more, of the content you love on Monday.

Of course, if you can't wait until then, Part 2 of our special report on the future of the set top box is up today, or feel free to check out FierceCable's recent features:

Editor's Corner: Here's a chance to sort out this cord-cutting stuff

Growth of minority ownership in cable and television still faces huge hurdles

Cox Business' SMB focus helps it cross $1 billion revenue mark

What Las Vegas can teach operators about over-the-top video

Have a great holiday.

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