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SlideshowSlideshow: How Does Cable Use Social Media?
Sarah Thomas
8/16/2012
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In Light Reading's 2012 Social Media Report, 900 professionals in the telecom industry weighed in about their social media usage, but today we're breaking out one industry in particular: cable.

As providers of television, broadband, entertainment and other consumer-facing content, this group is particularly active on social media. As a whole, they tended to favor Facebook more than their peers, but agreed that LinkedIn Corp. was most valuable for its business utility.

Light Reading's 2012 Social Media Report is available for registered users, but the cable responses are broken out in the charts that follow with no site registration required.

Click the image below to begin a slideshow of the cable results, and navigate using the buttons above each image:



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— Sarah Reedy, Senior Reporter, Light Reading Mobile

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