Arnold McGrath Loses Rest of AT&T Broadband Biz

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NEW YORK — AT&T Broadband, the cable operation that three weeks ago agreed to merge with Comcast, has ended its five-year relationship with Arnold McGrath. The New York-based agency’s contract expired recently and was not renewed, sources said.

At the height of its tenure at Arnold, the account was worth an estimated $40 million in billings, sources said.

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