$CVC (Cablevision Systems Corporation)

$CVC {{ '2015-08-07T14:37:57+0000' | timeago}} • Webcast

$CVC 2Q15 Call: During the last two years, average data usage per customer has increased by 190%. Today, 90% of customer relationships include broadband service. In addition, nearly half of Optimum online customers currently subscribe to premium speed tiers and more than half of data customers use 50 gigabits or more per month.

$CVC {{ '2016-06-01T18:13:54+0000' | timeago}} • SEC

During 1Q16, $CVC's net cash used in financing activities amounted to $53,348 vs. $8,435 for 1Q15. CapEx fell 11% vs. 1Q15 mainly related to lower spending on customer premise equipment, construction parts and electronics, and facility upgrades. These decreases were partially offset by spending to upgrade network infrastructure.

$CVC {{ '2016-06-01T18:13:19+0000' | timeago}} • SEC

Cable television firm $CVC's long-term debt on consolidated balance sheet as of March 31, 2016 is net of $16,626 of unamortized debt discounts & 63,248 of unamortized deferred financing costs. Income tax expense was $62,786, reflecting an effective tax rate of 40%. $CVC recorded a tax benefit of $1,172 relating to an increase in tax credits.

$CVC {{ '2016-05-05T14:04:37+0000' | timeago}} • Announcement

$CVC's Cable net revenues for 1Q16 rose by 2% to $1.48Bil, primarily due to rate initiatives and continued disciplined pricing strategies, and an increase in high-speed data customers, partially offset by fewer video and voice customers. Adjusted operating cash flow grew 5.7% on higher revenue and a decrease in marketing costs.

$CVC {{ '2016-05-05T14:00:31+0000' | timeago}} • Announcement

$CVC said it continued to grow customer relationships during 1Q16 with a net gain of 9,000 marking six months of sequential total customer growth. Also, the company had more high-speed data customers in the New York market than ever before, gaining 19,000 since the end of 2015. Net video customer results improved nearly 50%.

$CVC {{ '2016-05-05T13:58:09+0000' | timeago}} • Announcement

Cable systems operator $CVC reported a rise in 1Q16 earnings driven by solid improvements in service quality and subscriber growth and better customer relationships. Net income rose to $94.38MM or $0.34 per share from $44.63MM or $0.16 per share last year. Revenues grew to $1.64Bil from $1.61Bil.

$CMCSA {{ '2016-04-27T12:46:05+0000' | timeago}} • Webcast

$CMCSA, which competes with $VIAB, $DISCA, and $CVC, said the company rose revenue and operating cash flow in 1Q16. The company also said, it has achieved 50% penetration of homes passed. Over the past 12 months, $CMCSA added 53,000 video customers in the quarter, making the company video net add positive.

$CVC {{ '2016-03-02T14:05:26+0000' | timeago}} • SEC

$CVC's income tax expense of $154.9MM for the year ended Dec. 31, 2015 reflected an effective tax rate of 45%. In 2015, the company recorded tax benefit of $2.6MM related to research credits. Excluding these items, the effective tax rate for the year ended Dec. 31, 2015 would have been 41%.

$CVC {{ '2016-03-02T13:58:18+0000' | timeago}} • SEC

$CVC's net cash provided by operating activities amounted to $1.26Bil for the year ended Dec. 31, 2015 compared to $1.38Bil for the year ended Dec. 31, 2014. The 2015 cash provided by operating activities resulted from $1.05Bil of income from continuing operations before D&A and $179.7MM of non-cash items.

$CMCSA {{ '2016-02-09T14:01:28+0000' | timeago}} • Webcast

$VIAB which competes with $CMCSA, $DISCA, and $CVC said that Nickelodeon has beaten its nearest competitor for 26 weeks. Nick's lead over the competition continue to widen with Nickelodeon 30% ahead of Disney and 78% ahead of Cartoon Network. In 1Q16, Nick owned the top three animated shows on TV with kids 2-11.

$CVC {{ '2015-11-18T14:57:11+0000' | timeago}} • SEC

$CVC's 3Q15 segment results were mixed with revenue net from continuing operations declining for Cable segment while Lightpath revenue increasing. Lightpath revenue was up 3.8% YoverY while Cable revenue fell marginally. Cable accounted for 90% of $CVC's consolidated revenue while Lightpath accounted for 5% for nine months ended Sept. 30, 2015.

$CVC {{ '2015-11-18T14:56:08+0000' | timeago}} • SEC

$CVC's adjusted operating cash flow fell 10% to $46.843MM for 3Q15 compared to 3Q14. The decreases was primarily due to an increase in operating expenses, excluding D&A expense, restructuring credits and share-based compensation. Additionally, a decrease in revenue contributed to the decrease for 3Q15.

$CVC {{ '2015-11-18T14:55:12+0000' | timeago}} • SEC

Capital expenditures of $CVC for 3Q15 surged 9% to $17.912MM compared to 3Q14. This increase was driven by an increase in purchases in customer equipment, spending to support various network projects and upgrades to the cable network infrastructure. $CVC expensed $9.709MM of transaction costs in 3Q15 related to the Altice merger agreement.

$CVC {{ '2015-09-17T19:27:42+0000' | timeago}} • SEC

For 2Q15 and 1H15, anti-dilutive shares totaling approx. 2MM and 2.337MM shares have been excluded from $CVC's diluted weighted average shares outstanding. Approx. 630,000 restricted shares and 1.812MM performance-based RSUs for 2Q15 and 1H15 have also been excluded from the diluted weighted average shares outstanding.

$CVC {{ '2015-09-17T19:26:33+0000' | timeago}} • SEC

As of June 30, 2015, AMC Networks Inc. and The Madison Square Garden Company employees held a total of 108,066 $CVC stock options. These stock options are not expensed by $CVC. Such stock options may have a dilutive effect on net income per share attributable to $CVC stockholders.

$CMCSA {{ '2015-09-17T19:25:38+0000' | timeago}} • SEC

$CVC's income tax expense was $78.609MM, which reflects an effective tax rate of 51%. In 2Q15, CVC recorded deferred tax expense of $16.334MM to remeasure the deferred tax liability for the investment in $CMCSA common stock and associated derivative securities. If this item was excluded, effective tax rate in 2Q15 would have been 40%.

$CVC {{ '2015-08-07T15:58:31+0000' | timeago}} • Webcast

$CVC 2Q15 Q&A: Cusick of JPMorgan asked how much of RGUs strength is seasonal versus more sustainable. Kristin replied overall, the impact of seasonality on our business has really declined over the last few years. I would say it is not completely flat, but the peaks in values have definitely gotten smaller over the years.

$CVC {{ '2015-08-07T15:33:53+0000' | timeago}} • Webcast

$CVC 2Q15 Q&A: Swinburne of Morgan Stanley asked about pay-per-view impact on revenue. Brian replied the Fight was actually the most successful pay-per-view event that we ever had. So it did have a meaningful contribution on revenue. I think on an AOCF basis, it contributed about $5MM of AOCF during 2Q15.

$CVC {{ '2015-08-07T15:31:47+0000' | timeago}} • Webcast

$CVC 2Q15 Q&A: Swinburne of Morgan Stanley asked about getting into mobile programming package business. Kristin replied it is really an expensive proposition, I don't think necessarily that is additive to our strategy. I don’t think it generates incremental revenue particularly and our focus is really on delivering the product and being the best.

$CVC {{ '2015-08-07T15:18:12+0000' | timeago}} • Webcast

$CVC 2Q15 Q&A: Reif Cohen of BofA asked reinstating the share repurchase program? Brian replied we view the dividend as the primary form of return of capital to our shareholders and the Board is quite comfortable with that. I'm not going to rule it out, but we look at it only on an opportunistic basis at this point in time.

$CVC {{ '2015-08-07T15:08:19+0000' | timeago}} • Webcast

$CVC 2Q15 Q&A: Reif Cohen of BofA asked how quickly are you seeing customers moving from traditional packages to skinny bundles? Kristin replied the cord cutter packages are really going to new customers. So, we're not seeing a migration of existing customers moving to cord cutters or skinny bundles.

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