October 01, 2016 10:48 AM ET


Company Overview of Cablevision Systems Corporation

Company Overview

Cablevision Systems Corporation, together with its subsidiaries, owns and operates cable systems in the United States. The company operates through three segments: Cable, Lightpath, and Other. The Cable segment provides video services, including programming, local broadcast network affiliates and independent television stations, other news, information, sports and entertainment channels, regional sports networks, video on demand, entertainment and advertising, and other services under the Optimum brand name; high-speed data services to residential and small business customers through a cable modem device under the Optimum Online name; and voice over Internet protocol services under the Optim...

1111 Stewart Avenue

Bethpage, NY 11714

United States

Founded in 1973

12,920 Employees



Key Executives for Cablevision Systems Corporation

Chief Executive Officer, Director, Chairman of Executive Committee and Chairman of Madison Square Garden
Age: 61
President, Chief Financial Officer and Director
Age: 52
Chief Operating Officer and Director
Age: 50
Director and President of News 12 Networks
Age: 64
President of Lightpath Division
Age: 55
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2016.

Cablevision Systems Corporation Key Developments

Cablevision to Lay Off 600 Workers in Connecticut

Altice, rhe new owner of New York cable operator Cablevision plans to lay off 600 workers in Connecticut as it closes a call center in Shelton and an office in Stratford. Altice disclosed the layoff and closure plans to employees citing technology improvements and reduced customer call volume. Hundreds of other employees will remain in the state, including workers at walk-in sites and technical staff. The Altice-owned News 12 station in Norwalk is not affected. The layoffs will take effect in November. Workers are being encouraged to apply for other Altice jobs in New York and New Jersey.

Cablevision Systems Corporation Files Form 15

Cablevision Systems Corporation announced that it has filed Form 15 with the Securities and Exchange Commission to voluntarily deregister Cablevision NY Group Class A common stock of par value $0.01 per share under the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, as amended.

Cablevision Systems Corporation(NYSE:CVC) dropped from FTSE All-World Index (USD)

Cablevision Systems Corporation(NYSE:CVC) dropped from FTSE All-World Index (USD)

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