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Light Reading Broadband?

Phil Harvey
6/7/2006

3:45 PM -- It's Day 3 here at Globalcomm 2006, and I'm sure everyone who has been at the show is wondering the same thing: When did Light Reading become a broadband provider?



The answer is: I don't know. I just work here. But the prospect is exciting indeed. I will call someone in operations to see if they can possibly hook me up with a new broadband connection.

Like you, I want to know the difference between regular broadband and Light Reading broadband. Maybe we're able to provide monkeys-to-the-home (MTTH). Maybe our flavor of xDSL is banana.

Who knows?

I'll report back as soon as I find out.

— Phil Harvey, Broadband Provider Editor, Light Reading

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DCITDave
DCITDave
12/5/2012 | 3:52:20 AM
re: Light Reading Broadband?
I'm dense.

It was supposed to say "LIGHT READING IS THE OFFICIAL BROADBAND VIDEO NEWS PROVIDER OF GLOBALCOMM 2006" or something similar.

Might that have required a bigger sign?

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