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Cobridge Communications

Cobridge Communications
Industry Telecommunications
Fate Purchased
Successors Fidelity Communications
Defunct May 2012
Headquarters St. Louis, Missouri, MO, USA
Key people Scott Widham, Chief Executive Officer and Founder
Bruce Herman, Chief Financial Officer
Mark Barber, Chief Operating Officer
Chad Rycenga, Chief Information Officer
Linda Kondrick, Chief Accounting Officer
Paul Belle Isle, Vice President of Marketing
Larry Schutz, Vice President of Technology
Products Cable Television
HDTV
Digital Telephone
High-Speed Internet

Cobridge Communications was a cable television, high-speed internet, and digital telephone service provider.

Coverage

Served parts of
Arkansas = Beebe, Hardy, Maumelle, McAlmont, Shannon Hills, Vilonia, West Pulaski
Alabama = Baileyton, Clanton, Columbiana, Double Springs, Elba, Elgin, Haleyville, Heflin, Henegar, Lay Lake, Leighton, Rainsville, Thorsby
Texas = Atlanta, Carthage, Colorado City, Levelland, Marshall, Portland, Sinton, Port Aransas, Lamar, Holiday Beach, Rockport, Fulton, Slaton
Missouri = El Dorado Springs, Harrisonville, Nevada, Thayer, West Plains
Georgia = Lake Park
Louisiana = New Roads

Acquisitions

On October 22, 2010, Charter Communications announced completion of the sale of cable systems serving approximately 65,000 customers in seven states to Cobridge Communications, LLC. The 36 head ends acquired by Cobridge are located in Louisiana, Missouri, Ohio and Texas. As a result of this sale, Charter no longer operates in Arkansas and Ohio.[1]

Fidelity Communications Merger

On May 2012, Cobridge had all of its markets bought by Fidelity Communications.[2][3] All of the Cobridge customers went through a transition to Fidelity Communications and the Cobridge brand is now defunct.

References

  1. ^ http://phx.corporate-ir.net/phoenix.zhtml?c=112298&p=irol-newsArticle&ID=1486159&highlight=
  2. ^ http://www.bizjournals.com/stlouis/print-edition/2012/06/15/davis-family-expands-cable-empire.html?page=all
  3. ^ http://www.telecompetitor.com/fidelity-communications-acquires-cobridge-systems-in-four-states/
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