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States Wake Up, Realize AT&T Lobbyists Have Been Writing Awful Protectionist State Broadband Laws

2 hours agoIndustries / Law : Techdirt

For more than fifteen years now companies like Comcast, AT&T, Time Warner Cable and CenturyLink have quite literally paid state legislatures to write protectionist broadband laws. These laws, passed in around 20 states, protect the incumbent...Show More Summary

Monday's recap: Hornets 108, Bulls 91

The Chicago Bulls concluded their season-long, seven-game road trip with a 108-91 loss to the Charlotte Hornets on Monday night at Time Warner Cable Arena. Kemba Walker paced the Hornets with 30 while Michael Kidd-Gilchrist added 20 and Nicolas Batum had 19 points and 13 rebounds. Pau Gasol had...

Time Warner Cable Ends Relationship with Ogilvy & Mather New York

The agency was not one of the three finalists in Time Warner's creative review.

Time Warner Cable Splits With Ogilvy After 12 Years

Time Warner Cable has parted ways with longtime agency Ogilvy & Mather New York, sources tell Adweek. The nation's second-largest cable communications company quietly kicked off a creative review in the fourth quarter, handled by Ark Advisors, N.Y. Show More Summary

Charlotte Hornets vs Chicago Bulls Live Stream, Start Time: Watch NBA Online

It's the final battle in the regular season between the Chicago Bulls and the Charlotte Hornets as they meet at the Time Warner Cable Arena for the National Basketball Association.

Here Are The Porn Movies You Could Be Watching Instead Of The Super Bowl

yesterdaySports : Deadspin

Most networks don’t even bother attempting to program against the Super Bowl. But every channel has to air something, including your local cable provider’s porn channels. Here are the titles of porn movies airing on Time Warner Cable opposite the Super Bowl, according to today’s TV Guide: Read more...

Hassan Whiteside Rejects Marvin Williams at the Rim

Don't challenge Hassan Whiteside. The big man caught Marvin Williams' fourth-quarter layup attempt with one hand, rejecting the Charlotte Hornets forward at the rim during the Miami Heat's 98-95 win at Time Warner Cable Arena on Friday night. Show More Summary

Charlotte Hornets vs Miami Heat Live Stream, Start Time: Watch NBA Basketball Online

It's a Southeast Division battle as the Charlotte Hornets host the Miami Heat at the Time Warner Cable Arena in the regular season of the National Basketball Association.

How Big Cable Is Stemming the Cord Cutting Tide

A funny thing happened this week on the way to that big cable box in the sky: three of the largest U.S. cable operators actually added subscribers. In releasing their fourth quarter and full-year earnings for 2015, Time Warner Cable, Comcast and Charter Communications all posted subscriber gains for the past quarter. Show More Summary

Michael Wolff on Digital Media's Favorite Analyst: Often Quoted ... and Often Wrong

BTIG's Richard Greenfield loves — loves! — being quoted on his favorite subject, the death of TV and the rise of disrupters. Just one problem: He's been incorrect on everything from Facebook stock to CBS vs Time Warner Cable to social game company Zynga. read more

Charter Grows Pay TV Subs for Full Year for First Time in Over a Decade

The company, in which John Malone's Liberty Broadband owns a big stake, is waiting for regulators to rule on its planned acquisition of Time Warner Cable. read more

Hulu May Stop Airing New TV Shows! Find Out How Time Warner Cable Plans To Stop Them!

We do not subscribe to this! While Hulu may not be the best streaming service on the web, we still appreciate it for letting us watch ABC FOX The CW NBC shows for free the day after they air. Or at least… we used to! Apparently, Hulu's last remaining good quality could be snuffed out by a potential [...]

Comcast 'Only' Lost 36,000 Pay TV Subscribers Last Year, Prompting Renewed Cord Cutting Denial

5 days agoIndustries / Law : Techdirt

Despite 2015 being a banner year statistically for cord cutting, you're going to see a renewed surge in cord cutting denial over the next few weeks. Why? Cable companies like Time Warner Cable and Comcast managed to eek out modest gains in pay TV subscribers in the fourth quarter. Show More Summary

Comcast loses fewest TV customers in 8 years

Craig Moffett of MoffettNathanson Research wrote that even as cord-cutting has "dramatically accelerated," with TV customers dropping nearly 1 percent a year, cable companies like Comcast, Time Warner Cable, Charter and Cox are losing...Show More Summary

Time Warner Cable and Los Angeles resolve lawsuit over disputed fees

The Los Angeles City Council has approved a settlement that resolves a legal dispute with the region's largest pay-TV provider, Time Warner Cable, over the payment of fees. City Council members on Tuesday voted 15-0 to reclassify $5.2 million in fees that Time Warner Cable had paid under protest....

Scripps and TWC Reach Retrans Agreement

In a deal covering more than 3 million TV households, Time Warner Cable and the E.W. Scripps Co. have come to terms on a multiyear retransmission consent agreement, TVNewsCheck reports, citing a senior broadcast industry source. Markets covered by the...

For Time Warner Cable, High-Speed Data Leads Growth As Pay-TV Unit Posts Annual Subscriber Growth

Time Warner Cable released its fourth quarter and full-year 2015 earnings report recently.  The company bucked the annual trend of losing pay-TV subscribers and was able to add 32,000 new subscribers in 2015, in part due to its triple play bundling packages. Even though we believe that will eventually go back to losing pay-TV subscribers in […]

Time Warner ISP Review & Reader Survey Results

Tom’s Hardware's ISP round-up puts the power in the hands of our readers, who gave us their opinion of the nation's top Internet service providers. And now it's time to take a closer look at Time Warner Cable.

The biggest scam in pay TV might soon come to an end, and we’ll all save money

Cable industry lobbyists who represent big names like Comcast and Time Warner Cable are furious right now, which obviously means Washington is cooking something up that stands to benefit consumers rather than help big cable line cable companies' pockets. Show More Summary

Why the Cloud Has a Security Problem

The list of high-profile security breach victims reads like a Who's Who of famous companies: Target, Home Depot, J.P. Morgan, American Airlines, Hilton Hotels, Sony, Neiman Marcus, Staples, Time Warner Cable and (ahem) Ashley Madison. Show More Summary

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