TWC slates dividend; Home gateways vs. the cloud isn't really a battle

Cable industry news from across the web:

> Time Warner Cable declared a quarterly dividend of 56 cents per share. Release

> Dish Network plans third quarter earnings call for Nov. 6. Release

> Arris Group to debut VIPr video transcoders at TelcoTV 2012 in Las Vegas. Release

> Syd Energi acquires Danish cable TV firm Stofa. Article

Telecom News:

> Business Ethernet bandwidth is continuing to surge past legacy data bandwidth, according to Vertical Systems Group. Article

> Sprint saw its wireline revenues fall 12 percent compared to the same quarter last year. Article

Online Video News:

> Pay TV subscribers aren't necessarily going to abandon their service for online video alternatives, a survey says. Article

And finally ... Video service providers don't have to choose between installing gateways in the subscriber home or providing services via the cloud: they can do both, a TelcoTV panel said. Article

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