While this comes as no surprise, it still is interesting. Why? Voom was originally a separate service specifically for the high-end consumer at the time. A "just HD" standalone, Voom was ahead of it's time. Now that HD is in demand, Cablevision and others can provide HD programing without the need for a seperate service. There is competition, and the niche for this type of product no longer exists.
Cablevision stock rose $0.10 on the newsCablevision to shut down Voom HD network in U.S.
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