Nearly one-third (31 percent) of American Internet users have broadband access at home, work or school according to a new study by Arbitron Inc. and Coleman, a media research firm specializing in music, trends and branding.

Incumbent local exchange carriers (ILECs) - companies such as Verizon and SBC - are threatening to take control of the long distance market away from long-time traditional players such as AT&T, MCI, and Sprint.

Latin American long distance monopolies are being dismantled and privatized, sponsoring important opportunities for new competitors.

These changes will induce lower prices and force incumbents to face new challenges to their power and market influence.

Moms and dads have remarkably different wireless phone habits, and they place different emphasis on price and coverage when choosing a service plan; nonetheless, both parents are relatively satisfied with their service providers.

Hispanic Television Network and Satellite Services, Inc. (SSI), the programming subsidiary of AT&T Broadband, have entered into an affiliation agreement for HTVN programming. Financial terms were not disclosed.

Cahners In-Stat Group research offers a complete guide to the Broadband market includes video, voice and data services.

With rocket-like speed, it has taken less than a decade for ISP services to find a place in over half of all U.S. households, according to Cahners In-Stat Group.

As broadband quickly enters the lives and homes of millions of Americans, its users are clearly becoming hooked on the broadband experience, willing to sacrifice just about anything to keep it - from their daily cup of Joe to their cable TV service.

According to the Yankee Group's upcoming Report series regarding the forecasts for Latin America 2001 cellular/PCS subscribers, Latin America's wireless mobile markets continued their remarkable growth trend over the course of the last year, reaching a regional average growth rate of 58.6% during

According to the Yankee Group, the Mexican wireless mobile market has recorded impressive growth, jumping 87% to end 2000 with over 14 million subscribers.

Telephia, Inc. released a study on the percentage

Cingular Wireless announced the launch of "Mi Ventana Movil," the first Hispanic wireless Internet portal offered by a wireless carrier in the United States.

Forty percent of consumers have heard the term 'broadband,' but 45% of those who have heard it, can't offer a definition.

Jupiter Media Metrix announced that the number of U.S. wireless Web users will increase from 4.1 million in 2000 to 96.0 million in 2005. Jupiter analysts, however, warn that the wireless industry must scale its U.S.

A new study from Statistical Research, Inc. (SRI), shows that broadband Internet access is perhaps the most consistent factor in deepening the connection between television and personal computers -- from use of "enhanced TV" to watching TV programs after learning about them on the Web.

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