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As we enter 2021, what should the media & advertising industry expect? @ShibaniGharat  speaks with Naveen Khemka of MediaCom@BrandStoryboard 

$GTN: Gray Television: Mediacom reaches new carriage agreement with Gray Television

MediaSmiths adds to team of senior planners with former Mediacom executive Read more: #AusMedia  #AusNews  #AusBiz  @MediaSmiths1 

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MediaSmiths adds to team of senior planners with former Mediacom executive Read more: #AusMedia  #AusNews  #AusBiz  @MediaSmiths1 

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Mediacom will increase cable rates on or around Dec. 22 as a result of channel owners charging more for providers to carry channels.

Mediacom's Ability to Handle Wave of Remote Learning Students Comes From Preparation 18 Months Ago

Opening of lockdown, extended festival period leading to steady ad growth recovery, says Navin Khemka, MediaCom

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ICYMI: the final Des Moines Register/Mediacom poll before Election Day shows a seven-point swing for @realDonaldTrump  over @JoeBiden .

Republican President Donald Trump has taken over the lead in Iowa as Democratic former Vice President Joe Biden has faded, a new Des Moines Register/Mediacom Iowa Poll shows just days before Election Day.

Republican U.S. Sen. Joni Ernst has pulled ahead of Democrat Theresa Greenfield in the closing stretch of a contentious U.S. Senate race, according to a new Des Moines Register/Mediacom Iowa Poll.

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BREAKING: The widely anticipated Des Moines Register/CNN/Mediacom poll of likely Iowa Democratic caucus-goers was not released Saturday night as planned after a complaint by one interviewee about how it was conducted

Statement on the final installment of the CNN/Des Moines Register/Mediacom poll:

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The Des Moines Register, CNN and Selzer & Co. have made the decision to not release the final installment of the CNN/Des Moines Register/Mediacom poll as planned this evening. A note from our editor:

NEW: Bernie Sanders is on the rise in Iowa as other top competitors hold steady or lose ground, a new CNN/Des Moines Register/Mediacom poll shows

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Iowa's likely caucusgoers are closely divided between 4 top candidates just weeks out from the Democratic caucuses, a new CNN/Des Moines Register/Mediacom poll shows • Bernie Sanders: 20% • Elizabeth Warren: 17% • Pete Buttigieg: 16% • Joe Biden: 15%

Bernie Sanders is on the rise as other top competitors hold steady or lose ground, a new CNN/Des Moines Register/Mediacom poll shows

CNN/DES MOINES REGISTER/MEDIACOM IOWA POLL Interviews conducted November 8-13, 2019 by telephone with 500 likely Democratic caucusgoers in Iowa. Buttigieg 25% Warren 16%, Biden/Sanders 15% Klobuchar 6% Booker/Harris/Gabbard/Steyer/Yang 3% Bloomberg 2% MOE +/-4.4% pts

IOWA POLL from CNN/Des Moines Register/Mediacom: Warren — 22 (+7 from June) Biden — 20 (-3) Sanders — 11 (-5) Buttigieg — 9 (-6) Harris — 6 (even) Booker — 3 (+2) Klobuchar — 3 (+1) O’Rourke — 2 (even) Steyer — 2 (n/a) Gabbard — 2 (+2) Yang — 2 (+1)

Joe Biden currently leads the pack of 2020 Democrats in the latest Des Moines Register/CNN/Mediacom poll among likely caucus-goers.

BREAKING: New / MediaCom Poll of Iowa Caucus goers: Biden 27% Sanders 25% Warren 9% Harris 7% O’Rourke 5% Booker 3% Klobuchar 3%

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