“On April 20, 2012, we announced the anticipated expiration of the Time Warner Cable contract for wholesale network connections provided by Otelco. Official notice of non-renewal by Time Warner Cable was received in June and a transition agreement to provide services through June 2013 is being negotiated. Under the terms of the agreement, the revenue stream from the contract is unaffected through the end of this year. During the transition period in 2013, the revenue will decline as customers are moved from the Otelco service platform to Time Warner Cable,” Weaver explained.“Based on our financial results through the second quarter and estimating the impact of the FCC reforms on our operations for the second half of the year, our Adjusted EBITDA outlook for this year is in the range of $41 to $43 million,” noted Weaver. “Reflecting the impact of the FCC’s order and the Time Warner Cable transition, our outlook for 2013 Adjusted EBITDA is in the $34 to $35 million range. For 2014, we would anticipate Adjusted EBITDA in the range of $29 - $33 million.
Otelco Reports Second Quarter 2012 Results
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