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Broadband Intelligence, Inc. sold to Bureau of National Affairs.

The Bureau of National Affairs (Wash., D.C.), through its Pike & Fischer (P&F; Silver Spring, MD) unit, has entered into an agreement to acquire broadband media analysis firm Broadband Intelligence, Inc. (Washingon, D.C.). No terms were given.

Broadband Intelligence provides research on the high-speed Internet, interactive TV and the packet-switched telephony businesses. The company's flagship product, Broadband Daily, is an electronic subscription newsletter that covers broadband industry developments and is targeted to executives in the cable, telephone, satellite, wireless, programming, and tech vendor areas. The company also produces reports on the expansion of the VoIP industry, industry growth reports and quarterly analysis of industry companies such as AT&T, Comcast, SBC, Time Warner and Cox Communications.

P&F president Joe Hecker said that "P&F is universally regarded as the primary resource on cable and telecom regulatory matters" and that the purchase "positions us as the premier resource for analysis and information on the broadband sector."
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