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Atlantic Broadband sold to Canadian cable firm

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By Kim Leonard

Published: Monday, Dec. 3, 2012, 2:06 p.m.

Cable TV services provider Atlantic Broadband Inc., with customers in Uniontown and other areas of Western Pennsylvania, has been acquired by Montreal-based Cogeco Cable Inc.

Cogeco said it completed the purchase of the 12th largest cable operator nationwide from ABRY Partners. The deal, which brings Cogeco to the U.S. for the first time, was announced on July 18, but no price was disclosed.

Atlantic Broadband serves nearly 25,000 households in Fayette, Greene and Washington counties plus nearby parts of West Virginia. The company has a total 251,000 customers in Western Pennsylvania, southern Florida, Maryland, Delaware and South Carolina.

 

 
 


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