EUREKA, CALIF. — In May 2006, Cox Communications completed its sale of cable television systems serving customers in West Texas, a portion of North Carolina, various communities across the middle of the U.S., and the California markets of Bakersfield and Eureka-Arcata.
The buyer? Cebridge Connections, with majority investors Oaktree Capital Management and Goldman Sachs. Once the deal closed, Cebridge changed its name to Suddenlink.
Nearly 15 years later, ex-Cox customers in one of those DMAs could, ironically, soon lose access to broadcast TV stations owned by Cox Media Group.
On Wednesday afternoon, Suddenlink responded.
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