AT&T's Cable Assets

AT&T is poised to become the most dominant cable company, with subscribers in more than a third of U.S.

AT&T is poised to become the most dominant cable company, with subscribers in more than a third of U.S. households and its systems passing more than half, even after some expected sales.

Companies Ownership Homes Passed Basic Subs
AT&T Broadband 100% 19,002,000 11,417,000
MediaOne 100% 8,530,000 4,970,000
Time Warner Entertainment 25.5% 17,940,000 11,150,000
Cablevision Systems Corp. 33% 5,126,000 3, 419, 000
Time Warner/Texas 49.5% 2,189,000 1,109,000
Falcon Communications 45.9% 1,626,000 955,000
Lenfest Communications 50% 1,383,000 1,014,00
Bresnan Communications 50% 949,000 640,000
Intermedia Capital IV * 44.6% 940,000 595,000
Adelphia Buffalo 33.3% 710,000 475,00
Intermedia Capital Partners 49% 653,000 424,000
Kansas City Cable Partners 46.2% 497,000 307,000
Insight Communications Of Indiana 50% 471,000 450,000
TCA Cable Partners II 20% 450,000 308,000
US Cable of Coastal - Texas 37.1% 216,000 135,000
Peak Cablevision LLC 66.7% 180,000 113,000
Sioux Falls 50% 98,000 65,000
CAT Partnership 33.3% 57,000 39,000
Totals 61,017,000 37,454,000
For Sale 5,243,710 ** 2,474,000**
Holdings After Sales 55,773,290 34,980,000

(*) Only part of Intermedia IV is being sold
(**) Includes sales of certain systems to Cox and Comcast
Source: AT&T filing at FCC

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