|Traded as||NYSE: CABO|
|Industry||Cable TV, broadband phone, Internet|
|Founded||1986 as Post-Newsweek Cable|
|Headquarters||Phoenix, Arizona, USA|
|Thomas O. Might, CEO|
Number of employees
Cable One, Inc. (branded as Cable ONE) is an American cable service provider and former subsidiary of Graham Holdings Company. The company's name and current focus dates back to 1997; prior to that time the company was known as Post-Newsweek Cable. It is headquartered in Phoenix, Arizona.
Cable One is the 13th largest cable provider in the USA, serving more than 730,000 customers in 19 states with high speed Internet, cable television, and telephone service. Cable One offers wireless Internet service, high-definition programming, and phone service with free local calling, and free unlimited long distance calling in the continental U.S.
Cable One business
Business services available through Cable One include high speed internet with speeds from 15 to 200Mbit/s; business phone service with free long distance calling within the continental U.S.; and cable television services.
On April 1, 2014, Cable One removed 15 channels owned by Viacom (MTV, VH1, Nickelodeon, and TV Land) after the two companies failed to reach an agreement. Channels were replaced with other networks including BBC America, Sprout, Sundance, IFC, Investigation Discovery, TV One, National Geographic, and the Blaze.