February 20, 2013
CenturyLink is moving into cable-television business
With demand for residential, wired telephone service on the decline, local phone company CenturyLink is getting into the cable-TV business.
Officials at the company formerly known as Qwest Communications have realized that offerings other than traditional phone service represent their best hope for long-term success, said Ken McMahon, CenturyLink’s vice president and general manager for the Phoenix market.
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