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Full Service Network President David Schwencke, a former University of Pittsburgh student, said his company had high hopes for carrying out its plan to compete with Verizon for local phone service customers in rural areas of Pennsylvania as soon as the PUC acted to cut the prices competitors pay Verizon to lease its network.
Experience at the Full Service Network convinced corporate executives that video-on-demand could be a profitable business, said Mike Luftman, a Time Warner Cable spokesman in Stamford, Conn.
Full Service Network Stores by Summer 2011 BALTIMORE -- CitiFinancial, the consumer lending arm of Citigroup, today revealed a new identity for its U.
Choice One Communications today announced that Full Service Network (FSN) has signed a long-term arrangement to purchase UNE-P Alternative Access.
TINS agreed in September 1994 to provide classified advertising and other information services on demand, 24 hours a day, to Orlando-area Full Service Network subscribers, tapping the resources of The Orlando Sentinel, a Tribune (NYSE: TRB) newspaper.
The Full Service Network represents the most powerful interactive television solution -- period," said Edward R.
will provide interface and television news software to Tribune Interactive Network Services (TINS) for use with Time Warner Cable's Full Service Network in Orlando.
Offering digital entertainment, in conjunction with voice and high-speed Internet, over a single telephone line, is the third and final phase in enabling service providers to become full service networks (FSNs).