Breezeline volunteers’ clean up effort includes Lancaster
Breezeline employees and family members volunteered their time this fall to clean up parks and beaches in eight states.
Breezeline employees and family members volunteered their time this fall to clean up parks and beaches in eight states.
Cable operator Breezeline is a lead sponsor of the “Interactive Case Competition,” which is challenge involving more than 30 business school graduates, who aim to find ways to promote digital inclusion and access.
Nearly half of U.S. teens ages 13 to 17, report experiencing at least one of six cyberbullying behaviors according to a survey by the Pew Research Center the spring of 2022. To combat these rising numbers, Breezeline, a local internet provider partnered up with the National Bullying Prevention Center to provide resources to parents and educators.
Breezeline has launched its complete StreamTV service in Aiken and other cities in South Carolina. The service takes traditional cable and combines it with the convenience of streaming with its cloud-based system that allows for multi-screen viewing inside and outside of the home, and up to 300 hours of DVR recording.
Cable operator Breezeline said that it has completed the rollout of its Stream TV video service. Breezeline Stream TV has been launched in the South Carolina counties that are part of the MSO’s service area.
This summer, Breezeline teamed up with the New Hampshire Fisher Cats to raise funds for the Children’s Museum of New Hampshire’s STEAM Lab and STEAM programming.
Breezeline is giving broadband customers a way to get more enjoyment out of their streaming services by deploying advanced technology within its fiber-broadband infrastructure.
As technology continues to transform the world, the importance of connectivity has never been greater. To address the pressing issue of the Digital Divide and promote broadband access for all, Interactive TV Works is proud to announce the Fall 2023 Interactive Case Competition: Broadband Equity Challenge, a virtual case competition designed for graduate-level Student Teams.
Breezeline has continued its rollout of "Breezeline Stream TV” across its markets. The Delaware, Maryland and Virginia service areas are the latest to gain access to this platform, making it easier than ever for customers to view their favorite shows on TV and on mobile devices.
Six projects have been awarded money through the Connect Allegany competitive grant program to bring new and/or improved broadband capabilities to parts of the county.
Cable company Breezeline has retrofitted one of its bucket trucks, choosing to turn a gas-powered Ford F-450 into a fully electric vehicle as it starts moving away from fossil fuels.
Breezeline has doubled down on environmental sustainability with the deployment of its first bucket truck retrofitted with electric power. The cable operator intends to launch a fleet of these trucks in hopes of reducing operational emissions.
Breezeline is helping to raise awareness about internet safety and the ways customers can protect themselves when they are online.
Cable operator Breezeline has added three vice presidents to its senior leadership team, based at the company’s Quincy, Massachusetts, headquarters.
Breezeline, he nation’s eighth-largest cable operator, has connected more than 25,000 customers under the federal Affordable Connectivity Program (ACP), which provides broadband internet at a discount for households that meet financial eligibility guidelines.
Virginia awarded over $59.5 million in broadband grants through the state's Virginia Telecommunications Initiative (VATI) program this week. The funding went toward 14 projects serving 20 localities and will bring broadband service to 29,400 homes, businesses and community anchor institutions, according to a press release from the governor's office. Among the winning providers were Breezeline ($15.2 million)...
Each morning last week, Breezeline visited Dover Middle School, Somersworth High School , Tri-City Christian Academy and Monarch School of New England in Rochester to deliver coffee and doughnuts in honor of Teacher Appreciation Week.
Breezeline and its parent company Cogeco Communications published their annual ESG and Sustainability Report, detailing efforts to reduce the carbon footprint and operate in a sustainable fashion.
Breezeline joined representatives of Mathews, Caroline, Middlesex and Lancaster Counties on April 17, 2023, for a special event marking the completion of a new $7.2 million, 150-mile fiber-broadband network that brings high-speed connectivity to more than 1,400 homes and businesses in Mathews, Caroline, Lancaster and Middlesex Counties.
Breezeline has provided an update on steps it is taking to support development of a technology workforce, including two initiatives that have important milestones this week. It’s an important topic as the nation expects to see a shortage of telecom technicians as broadband deployments accelerate, driven by a great influx of broadband funding at the federal, state and local levels.
Breezeline revealed it is nearly 60% finished with a project designed to add 42,000 fiber passings in the U.S. state of West Virginia, adding it plans to complete the build within the next 12 months. The work is part of the operator’s broader expansion plan for 2023.
Breezeline has launched “Breezeline Stream TV” in its Pennsylvania service areas. The service is available to new customers in Altoona, Johnstown, Bradford, Clearfield, Shippenville, Warren, Derry, Mifflinburg, Millheim and Uniontown and in Salamanca, New York.
Breezeline recently announced construction has been completed on a $7.2 million, 150-mile fiber-broadband network to serve more than 1,400 homes and businesses in Mathews, Caroline, Lancaster and Middlesex counties.
Breezeline, a cable and internet provider available in many of Cleveland’s suburbs, is ditching the coax cable in favor of a cloud-based TV service that runs on your home’s WiFi.
Breezeline, (formerly Atlantic Broadband) which serves most of Strafford County, with offices in Rochester and Concord, extended its fiber network into Somersworth, Dover, Madbury, Concord and Durham. As a result, fiber-to-the-home (FTTH) technology is available for the first time in many of these communities using fiber infrastructure built by Breezeline
Breezeline has started transitioning its Ohio customers away from a cable-based service to a streaming television platform. The switch is the last major part of changes Breezeline announced for Ohio customers after it acquired WOW!'s Columbus and Cleveland markets for $1.125 billion.
Breezeline, the Canadian-owned cable company previously known as Atlantic Broadband, is on the move again with its cloud-based, TiVo-powered IPTV service, Breezeline Stream TV, deploying it to the nearly 700,000 passings in Cleveland and Columbus, Ohio that it purchased from WideOpenWest.
US cable operator Breezeline has launched a new campaign showcasing how daily life can be transformed through its internet services.
Members of Senior Monongalians will receive the gift of two computers and a donation of canned goods for the Senior Food Pantry, according to Executive Director Lisa Martin.
Breezeline, the nation's eighth-largest cable operator, has extended its advanced fiber network into Durham, New Hampshire, continuing the company's year-long expansion in the state and offering residences and businesses a new choice in internet, TV and voice providers.
Breezeline launched a new cloud-based phone service made for small businesses. Called “Hosted Voice Essential,” it uses cloud technology and smart software to create a fully-managed service that’s powered through Breezeline’s business internet services.
Breezeline, the nation’s eighth-largest cable operator, has launched “Hosted Voice Essential,” a new cloud-based phone service designed for smaller businesses.
More than 200 Breezeline employees, family members and community partners volunteered their time to plant more than 100 trees at 15 locations in eight states where Breezeline provides internet, TV and phone services.
Breezeline teamed up with the National Bullying Prevention Center to distribute cyberbullying prevention resources to over 2,200 educators.
The cable company Breezeline is taking the next step in its expansion into New Hampshire, opening a customer care center at 41 North Main St. in Concord. The company, formerly known as Atlantic Broadband, signed a cable franchise agreement with the city last year and has been installing fiber optic cables on utility poles throughout Concord since then, signing up customers for TV, internet and voice phone service.
Mayor James Fiorentini said he has found a competitor to Comcast, the city’s biggest cable TV and internet provider, and he expects to finalize a licensing agreement soon. If the contract between the city and Breezeline is approved, it could take as long as a year for the company to install the infrastructure needed to service Haverhill customers, according to the mayor’s office. Pricing is still to be announced.
A Quincy-based company is expected to win approval over the next few months to provide internet, television and voice competition in Haverhill. Breezeline, formerly known as Atlantic Broadband, is the eighth largest cable operator in the country. It plans to spend $28 million to wire the city, according to Mayor James J. Fiorentini. The company, better known locally under the names of properties it purchased from MetroCast and Charter Communications, already operates over the border in New Hampshire. It is the first challenger to Comcast’s historical dominance in Haverhill. Fiorentini called the company’s entrance “years in the making.”
Breezeline has been named the Multi-System Operator of the Year by industry publication, Cablefax. Cablefax, which has reported on the cable, broadcasting and telecom industries for more than 30 years, made the announcement in its “Top Ops” magazine published Monday.
Breezeline, the eighth-largest cable operator in the U.S., will partner with state and local officials in Maryland to extend the availability of broadband internet in Cecil, St. Mary’s, and Queen Anne’s Counties.
Breezeline will rebrand the cable systems it acquired last September from WideOpenWest, Inc. (WOW!) in Cleveland and Columbus, Ohio. The systems, which have been operating as WOW! since last September, will become Breezeline starting in May.
WOW! customers across Greater Cleveland will be getting new bills, email addresses and cloud-based TV as Breezeline, the company that bought WOW!’s operations, starts to transition customers in May.
WOW! will officially become Breezeline in a few weeks in Columbus and Cleveland, launching a string of changes to the internet, cable and phone service.
Breezeline has started to use electric vehicles (EVs), part of its commitment to reduce its operational emissions by 65% by 2030 and achieve net zero emissions by 2050.
Breezeline has introduced a new “Internet Assist Plus” package with download speeds up to 100 Mbps for customers who are eligible to receive broadband connectivity at discounted prices through the Federal Communications Commission’s Affordable Connectivity Program.
Today’s businesses are working harder than ever to meet customer demands and deliver exceptional experiences at each interaction. To improve the experience its customers have when using their cable services, Breezeline has announced a new app filled with tools for customers to bring everything they need to manage their accounts to their fingertips.
Breezeline, the eighth-largest cable operator in the U.S., has introduced a new "Internet Assist Plus" package with download speeds up to 100 Mbps for customers who are eligible to receive broadband connectivity at discounted prices through the Federal Communications Commission's Affordable Connectivity Program (ACP).
Breezeline's "WiFi Your Way for Business" is a premium managed service that leverages wireless mesh system and cloud-based artificial intelligence (AI) technologies to provide enhanced WiFi for businesses.
Breezeline this month announced it has activated its first residential and business customers for fiber internet with symmetrical speeds in the city of Concord, NH. It is the latest phase of the company’s major expansion initiative in the state of New Hampshire.
Breezeline, formerly Atlantic Broadband, the nation's eighth-largest cable operator, today announced construction has commenced on a $7.2 million, 150-mile initiative that will extend the availability of broadband internet to more than 1,400 homes and businesses in Mathews, Caroline, Lancaster and Middlesex counties with first activations beginning as early as May of this year.
Breezeline, the nation’s eighth-largest cable operator, today announced it has upgraded residential internet speeds starting today at no additional cost for customers in select packages.