Pavlov Media, headquartered in Champaign, Illinois, was founded in 1992 to provide Internet services to dormitories and fraternity and sorority houses on the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign campus. Begun by University of Illinois graduate and Pavlov Media Chief Executive Officer Mark Scifres, Pavlov Media has grown its customer base over the last 19 years to include service to 35 states and more than 100,000 customers. Capitalizing on the multi-dwelling market, Pavlov Media?s expertise as a broadband Internet service provider and private cable operator has allowed it to use strategic acquisitions to grow its niche market. Most recently, Pavlov Media merged with Wavelength Corporation in Raleigh, North Carolina, a wholesale provider of managed data, video, and low-voltage construction services to students and traditional apartment complexes. Pavlov Media now provides both wholesale and retail managed data, video, and voice services to students, the military, and luxury multi-family housing communities across the nation. A proponent of fast, personal service, Pavlov Media customizes offerings to each community in its coverage area. Offerings from Pavlov Media include everything from high-speed Internet and broadband services to basic and advanced digital television service to landline analog and digital phone service. A 24/7 Network Operations Center in Champaign insures customers receive expert and real-time assistance for an outage or any problem that might arise in the delivery of their chosen services. Internally developed proprietary tools and several patents for network management technologies have helped launch Pavlov Media on a successful path. A strong tradition of technological expertise defines Pavlov Media?s commitment to the industry. An A+ member of the Better Business Bureau, Pavlov Media exercised its interest in community service by installing and providing a free Wi-Fi network in the downtown area of Champaign through a partnership with the city and GO Net Systems. Pavlov Media?s intention was to allow anyone with a laptop or other mobile device to use a common Wi-Fi standard with a goal of helping to draw people to downtown businesses.