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Cox Communications (also known as Cox Cable and formerly Cox Broadcasting Corporation and Dimension Cable Services) is a privately owned subsidiary of Cox Enterprises providing digital cable television, telecommunications and wireless services in the United States. It is the third-largest cable television provider in the United States, serving more than 6.2 million customers, including 2.9 million digital cable subscribers, 3.5 million Internet subscribers, and almost 3.2 million digital telephone subscribers, making it the seventh-largest telephone carrier in the country. Cox is headquartered at 1400 Lake Hearn Drive in Sandy Springs, Georgia, U.S., in the Atlanta metropolitan area.
Cox Enterprises expanded into the cable television industry in 1962 by purchasing a number of cable systems in Lewistown, Lock Haven and Tyrone (all in Pennsylvania), followed by systems in California, Oregon and Washington. The subsidiary company, Cox Broadcasting Corporation (later renamed to Cox Communications), was not officially formed until 1964, when it was established as a public company traded on the New York Stock Exchange. It was taken private by Cox Enterprises in 1985. Cox
Arizona NewsChannel is a 24-hour regional cable news television channel based in Phoenix, Arizona. The service is owned by Belo Corp., and is operated as a joint venture with independent station KTVK. The channel first launched on November 4, 1996.
The Arizona NewsChannel rebroadcasts KTVK's local newscasts in a 24-hour format with the ability to cut in for breaking news. The service broadcasts primarily on Cox Communications channel 82 (formerly 14) to the Phoenix Metro Area.
CoxHealth is a five-hospital, 860 bed health system headquartered in Springfield, Missouri. It serves a 25 county region of Southwest Missouri and Northwest Arkansas. CoxHealth is one of Springfield's largest employers, with more than 10,000 people employed throughout the system.
CoxHealth started on Thanksgiving Day, in 1906, when Ellen Burge, the widow of a prominent Springfield lawyer, donated her frame duplex on Jefferson Avenue to be used as a Methodist hospital. It was named Burge Deaconess Hospital in her honor. The Burge Hospital grew due to the great need for expert healthcare in Southwest Missouri. In the late 1940s, a Springfield business man, Lester E. Cox, led a series of capital campaigns for a hospital expansion. He was very involved with the hospital's success. In 1968 Mr. Cox died, and the hospital changed its name from Burge-Protestant Hospital to Lester E. Cox Medical Center in his honor. The hospital continued to grow and prosper thanks, in part, to many great leaders in the organization. In 1993, Lester E. Cox Medical Centers became CoxHealth. New technology advancements, along with new medical services, are continually brought to Southwest Missouri thanks to CoxHealth. The hospital continues “to be the best for those who need us.” Business Finance