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Industry executives estimated that digitizing both wireless and wired telecasting would create over NT$100 billion of business to equipment suppliers in different sectors, including digital networking equipment, set-top box, digital TV chip, LCD TV, and digital content.
We haven't launched our news yet, because we're going through the final phases of our training, as well as getting our live-studio kinks worked out," explains James Ocon, Deputy Director of Engineering at Pappas Telecasting Companies and Chief Engineer at KREN and KAZR.
Hostetler, president and CEO of American Telecasting, stated, "The exchange of markets will advance the plans of American Telecasting to cluster its markets, both for operating efficiencies and for alignment with potential strategic partners.
Pappas, Chairman, President and CEO of Pappas Telecasting, noted, "Ai has proven itself to be a first class company in both its product offerings and its customer support and dedication.
American Telecasting is the largest operator of wireless cable television systems in the United States, serving more than 93,700 subscribers in 26 markets.
CONTACT: Brian Gast, president & CEO, or Gary Jaeckel, CFO of American Telecasting, 719-632-5544; or Linda Shuman of Hill and Knowlton, 312-565-1200/
Added Gast, "American Telecasting intends to use its proven marketing skills to increase penetration in these two markets.
American Telecasting will exchange all of its wireless cable assets in Louisville, Kentucky; Little Rock, Arkansas; Oklahoma City, Oklahoma; and Wichita, Kansas to CS Wireless for is wireless cable assets in Minneapolis, Minnesota and Stockton, Modesto and Bakersfield, California plus approximately $5.
Nasdaq-NNM: ATEL) today announced the offering of 183,000 Units, each consisting of $1,000 principal amount at maturity of Senior Discount Notes and warrants to purchase five shares of American Telecasting Common Stock.
In four separate transactions, American Telecasting will exchange aggregate consideration of cash and common stock valued at approximately $105 million for wireless cable systems in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma; Las Vegas, Nevada; Lakeland, Florida; Wichita, Kansas and Casey, Illinois.
Gast, president and CEO, of American Telecasting, 719-632-5544/
American Telecasting is an operator of wireless cable television systems which currently provides subscription television service to over 30,000 customers in Colorado Springs and Denver; Toledo, Ohio; Orlando, Fort Myers, and Daytona Beach, Fla.
American Telecasting is an operator of wireless cable television systems which currently provide pay television service to over 26,000 subscribers in Colorado Springs, Toledo, Orlando, Ft.
American Telecasting will introduce a channel line-up that offers competitive value for its customers.