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Cable One

Cable One, Inc.
Traded as NYSE: CABO
Industry Cable TV, broadband phone, Internet
Founded 1986 as Post-Newsweek Cable
Headquarters Phoenix, Arizona, USA
Key people
Thomas O. Might, CEO
Products Cable television
digital cable
high-definition television
broadband phone
Number of employees
2000 (2011)
Slogan It's Just Common Sense
Website .net.cableonewww

Cable One, Inc. (branded as Cable ONE) is an American cable service provider and former subsidiary of Graham Holdings Company. The company's name and current focus dates back to 1997; prior to that time the company was known as Post-Newsweek Cable. It is headquartered in Phoenix, Arizona.[1]

Cable ONE is the 13th largest cable provider[2] in the USA, serving more than 730,000 customers in 19 states with high speed Internet, cable television, and telephone service. Cable ONE offers wireless Internet service, high-definition programming, and phone service with free local calling, and free unlimited long distance calling in the continental U.S.


  • Service areas 1
  • Cable One business 2
  • Cable TV 3
    • Carriage disputes 3.1
  • References 4
  • External links 5

Service areas

Cable ONE currently provides service in 19 U.S. states including Alabama, Arizona, Arkansas, Idaho, Iowa, Kansas, Louisiana, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, Nebraska, New Mexico, North Dakota, Oklahoma, Oregon, Tennessee, Texas, South Dakota, and Washington.[3]

Cable One business

Business services available through Cable ONE include high speed internet with speeds from 15 to 100Mbit/s; business phone service with free long distance calling within the continental U.S.; and cable television services.

Cable TV

Carriage disputes

On April 1, 2014, Cable One removed 15 channels owned by Viacom (MTV, VH1, Nickelodeon, and TV Land) after the two companies failed to reach an agreement.[4] Channels were replaced with other networks including BBC America, Sprout, Sundance, IFC, Investigation Discovery, TV One, National Geographic, and the Blaze.


  1. ^ "Contact Information." Cable One. Retrieved on February 3, 2011. "Cable ONE 210 E. Earll Drvie Phoenix, AZ 85012."
  2. ^ NCTA Top 25 MSO's
  3. ^ "Cable One Overview and Coverage". Broadband Now. Retrieved 2014-04-28. 
  4. ^ Atkinson, Claire (May 1, 2014). "Viacom blocks Cable One users from service". New York Post. 

External links

  • Official website
  • Cable One All Digital
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