Q4 2011 wrap: Cable beats telco on the bottom line

During the fourth quarter of 2011, the major cable TV companies continued to lose video subscribers while the major telcos continued to post gains in that category. However, the cable guys were able to deliver on a more important metric that the major telcos had trouble with, each posting year-over-year revenue gains. Comcast led the revenue-growth pack with an increase of almost 55 percent. Check out FierceCable's Q4 wrap-up here...

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