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  • December 23, 2015, 10:05 am

    To read the full Wall Street Journal article, click this link.

  • December 23, 2015, 9:59 am

    The Wall Street Journal: Cable Deal Hits New Bumps New York City regulators scrutinize plan by Europe’s Altice to acquire Cablevision By SHALINI RAMACHANDRAN and NICK KOSTOV Dec. 22, 2015 7:34 p.m. ET Altice NV’s $10 billion deal to buy cable … Read more

  • Click the link to listen to the Cablevision union hall call! “CWA is vitally concerned with the outcome of this proceeding because our members and their families will be affected by the transaction as workers, consumers, and residents. Indeed, this transaction … Read more

  • Read all about it! “CWA is vitally concerned with the outcome of this proceeding because our members and their families will be affected by the transaction as workers, consumers, and residents. Indeed, this transaction will impact not only Cablevision’s 3.1 … Read more

  • CWA FILES OBJECTIONS @ FCC  TO OPPOSE SALE TO ALTICE UNION HALL CALL  Thursday 12/10 @ 9pm     Find out why CWA is opposing the sale to Altice. In its current form we believe the sale is bad for … Read more

  • FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: December 7, 2015 Contact: Michael Rabinowitz-Gold, rabinowitz@berlinrosen.com, 646-200-5308   Communications Workers of America Files Objections to Altice-Cablevision Deal 700,000 Member Union Says Deal Will Lead to Outsourcing, Too Much Debt, Cites Moody’s Concerns About Debt Washington, DC … Read more

  •                     Joint Statement on Altice Acquisition of Cablevision Systems Corp UNI Global Union, the Confédération Française Démocratique du Travail (CFDT), the Confédération Générale du Travail (CGT), the Sindicato dos Trabalhadores das Telecomunicações e Audiovisual (SINTTAV), the … Read more

  • Dear Brothers and Sisters, Join hundreds of your coworkers for a Union Hall conference call to find out what the CWA and Cablevision workers are doing to protect our jobs during the sale of Cablevision. During the transition of the … Read more

  • STOP THE CAP: Patrick Drahi’s Altice Buys Suddenlink in Surprise $9.1 Billion Deal That Is Likely Bad News for Customers, Employees The billionaire owner of France’s largest cable operator has acquired St. Louis-based Suddenlink in a surprise $9.1 billion deal, … Read more

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