3 Advanced Cable Communications

Advanced Cable Communications

company_name = Advanced Cable Communications
company_type =
foundation =
location = Coral Springs, FL
key_people =
industry = Telecommunications
num_employees =
products = cable television, cable telephone, broadband
revenue =
net_income =
homepage = [http://www.advancedcable.net/ www.advancedcable.net]

Advanced Cable Communications is a division of Schurz Communications providing cable television, cable telephone, DVR, and broadband services to customers in the Florida communities of Coral Springs and Weston. [ [http://www.advancedcable.net/cmp_inf_0.html "About us" section of corporate website] ] It operated independently as Coral Springs Cablevision prior to 1978, when it was purchased by Schurz. [ [http://finance.google.com/finance?cid=4461958 Google Finance profile for Advanced Cable Communications] ]


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