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Time Warner Cable Nears A Decision On A New Merger Deal – Reports

Here we go again: Time Warner Cable execs will spend the holiday weekend negotiating with Charter Communications and Luxembourg-based Altice Group about a sale that could be decided “as soon as next week,” Bloomberg reports. That jibes...Show More Summary

Time Warner Cable Also Being Wooed By French Suitor

It’s like something out of a romantic comedy that stars a couple of mid-level TV actors and gets dumped into theaters in mid-March: Fresh on the heels of being left at the altar by big-bucks beau Comcast, Time Warner Cable apparently finds itself being courted by a pair of very different suitors — a nice guy from Connecticut with rich … [More]

FCC Chair: Relax, Cable Companies, Not All Mergers Are Necessarily Doomed Forever

The collapse of the much-discussed, absolutely enormous Comcast/Time Warner Cable merger earlier this year might have been an occasion for consumers and consumer advocates to cheer — but for businesses, it was much less good news. Cable companies that want to buy other cable companies are kind of freaked out: what if the FCC is hostile to their plans, too?… [More]

Canoe Ventures' Pizzurro sounds off on cable's dynamic ad insertion push

Canoe Ventures, the joint venture founded in 2008 by Comcast, Cox Communications, Time Warner Cable and Bright House Networks, appears to be finding success through its focus on providing dynamic ad insertion for cable's video-on-demand services.

Exclusive: Altice seeks financing for Time Warner Cable bid: sources

(Reuters) - French telecommunications group Altice SA is in talks with several banks about raising debt for a bid for Time Warner Cable Inc, the second-largest U.S. cable operator, according to people familiar with the matter. The talks...Show More Summary

Charter Readies a Friendlier Bid

According to the Wall Street Journal, Charter is preparing to follow through again with a Time Warner Cable bid. There probably isn't anyone in the industry that will be surprised by that, but the price tag is apparently going to be rather higher this time than last.... [visit site to read more]

Charter in talks with TWC over bid likely well above $170 per share: WSJ

(Reuters) - Charter Communications is in talks with Time Warner Cable about a bid that is likely to be well above $170 per share expected by some analysts, the Wall Street Journal reported, citing people familiar with the matter. Charter...Show More Summary

FCC chairman reached out to Time Warner Cable, Charter CEOs: WSJ

(Reuters) - Federal Communications Commission Chairman Tom Wheeler reached out to the chief executives of Time Warner Cable Inc and Charter Communications Inc to convey that the agency is not against cable deals, the Wall Street Journal reported. Show More Summary

FCC's Wheeler Reached Out to Time Warner Cable, Charter CEOs

FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler has a message for cable chiefs: just because regulators leaned against the Comcast Corp.-Time Warner Cable Inc. merger, doesn’t mean all future cable deals are doomed.

Will Altice Have To Raise Rates Or Gut Services To Pay For Cable Systems?

Wall Street is still infatuated with the possibility that Altice Group will drive bidding wars for cable companies following its startling agreement yesterday to buy 70% of No. 7 Suddenlink and its interest in Time Warner Cable. Shares in the No. Show More Summary

Deal talks between Altice and Time Warner Cable are ongoing: source

FRANKFURT (Reuters) - Altice's acquisition of U.S. cable group Suddenlink has not dampened its interest in buying much larger Time Warner Cable, a source familiar with the matter said. "Altice is very keen on Time Warner Cable," theShow More Summary

Patrick Drahi's Altice Enters U.S.A. With Suddenlink Deal; Clash of Telco/Cable Titans Looms

Altice, the acquisitive French telecommunications group controlled by Patrick Drahi, agreed to buy a 70 per cent stake in Suddenlink of the United States and is reportedly also in talks about a deal with Time Warner Cable Inc. The challenger is in the ring; let the clash of titans begin.

A French Telecoms Firm Wants to Buy Time Warner Cable

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The Comcast-Time Warner merger may be dead —but that doesn’t mean the two will continue on as-is. Now, it appears that the French telecoms firm Altice is sniffing around Time Warner Cable. Read more...

The French are coming... for Time Warner Cable

Ever since Comcast was scared off buying Time Warner Cable, a slew of other firms have been eyeing up the business for a purchase. The latest to throw a beret into the ring is French telecoms firm Altice (us neither), which Reuters and the Wall Street Journal claim has eyes on America's No. Show More Summary

Exclusive: Altice looking at acquiring Time Warner Cable - source

By Liana B. Baker NEW YORK (Reuters) - French telecom group Altice SA is looking at acquiring Time Warner Cable Inc and has held talks with the U.S.-based company about a potential deal, according to a source familiar with the matter. Show More Summary

Charter and Bright House Pursuing Merger Even After Comcast’s Failed Deal

If combined, the two cable operators may have enough firepower to pursue a new “friendly” consolidation with Time Warner Cable.

This CEO Might Have Just Put The Company Up For Sale

More than a year after it was first proposed, the $45 billion merger between Comcast Corp. (Nasdaq: CMCSA) and Time Warner Cable, Inc. (NYSE: TWC) was canceled last month. The deal would have

Where to drink craft beer and watch the Dodgers on TV

For millions of Angelenos, enjoying a Dodger game with a craft beer isn’t as easy as grabbing a six pack and settling onto the couch. Only about 30% of Dodger fans in the region have access to the Time Warner Cable exclusive SportsNet L.A. channel that broadcasts the games, and if you think finding...

Where to drink craft beer and watch the Dodgers on TV

For millions of Angelenos, enjoying a Dodger game with a craft beer isn’t as easy as grabbing a six pack and settling onto the couch. Only about 30% of Dodger fans in the region have access to the Time Warner Cable exclusive SportsNet L.A. channel that broadcasts the games, and if you think finding...

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