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New blue end zones revealed at CenturyLink Field
KOMO News
In preparation for Monday night’s big match up with the New Orleans Saints, CenturyLink Field on Thursday revealed new blue end zones at the Seahawks’ home stadium. The end zones were unpainted before, except for the Seahawks logo and text.

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How telcos and little guys can win in the cloud: 5 tips from CenturyLink’s
GigaOM
Cloud platform provider Tier3 recently went from being a 60-person startup to part of a deep-pocketed telco with 55 data centers around the world. Here’s where Tier3 founder and now CenturyLink cloud CTO Jared Wray sees opportunities for startups and 

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Windstream remembers roots
Harrison Daily
Windstream Business over Lunch. Donna Braymer/STAFF. Windstream network manager, David Kemp, welcomed the Harrison Regional Chamber of Commerce members to Business Over Lunch a few weeks ago.

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Deadline Big Media 61: The We All Want To Buy Time Warner Cable Episode
Deadline.com
The .M4A version of this podcast is designed to run on any device using Apple’s iTunes software, and includes enhanced graphics and links to stories and other resources. The .MP3 version of this podcast is designed to play on virtually any device

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WiredWest towns with limited broadband access consider ‘Cable Town Caucus
GazetteNET
Huntington, Chester, Buckland, Conway, Northfield and Shelburne are the six WiredWest towns with partial high-speed Internet access, through Comcast Cable, but no high-speed access in large sections of those communities. Buckland and Shelburne are 

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Frontier Communications Corporation to Participate in Investor Conference
Wall Street Journal
Frontier Communications Corporation (NASDAQ: FTR) is scheduled to participate in the Bank of America 2013 Leveraged Finance Conference on December 3, 2013. Robert Starr, Senior Vice President and Treasurer is scheduled to present at 11:30 a.m. 

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WiredWest, cable towns seek common ground
The Recorder
Buckland, Shelburne, Northfield, Conway, Chester and Huntington are the six WiredWest towns with partial high-speed Internet access, through Comcast Cable, but no high-speed access in large sections of town. Buckland and Shelburne are now trying to 

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