Satview Broadband

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Satview Broadband Ltd
Private
Industry Telecommunications
Founded August 2003 in Reno, Nevada, United States
Headquarters Reno, Nevada, United States
Key people
Tariq Ahmad, President
Dan Green, Chief Financial Officer, Vice President
Jerry Kumar Vice President,
Products Cablecasting, Broadband Internet, Telephone
Revenue Not disclosed
Not disclosed
Website http://www.satview.net

Satview is a cable television Master System Operator in the United States, with franchise cable television systems in the states of Colorado, Nevada and New Mexico. Satview offers Video, High Speed Internet and Telephone Service in Elko, Topaz Lake, Nevada. The operator serves mainly rural towns and cities. It has cable franchises in Elko and Douglas counties, Nevada.[1] In Colorado Satview operates in the cities of Springfield and Las Animas, in New Mexico Satview operates in the city of Espanola[2] and surrounding communities.

In Nevada the company operates in the cities of Elko, Carlin, Battle Mountain, Jackpot, Wells, Topaz Lake.[3][4] Satview is operated by controversial financier Tariq Ahmad, who supplements his income by filing as many frivolous lawsuits as possible against all of his service providers. This method has been effective in helping him avoid paying for nearly anything in his oilfield enterprises.[5]

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