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What? Comcast Is on Board With Net Neutrality?

Comcast could use the president's support in its purchase of Time Warner Cable.

Watchdog.org's Attack On Al Franken Confuses Time Warner With Time Warner Cable

Right-wing website Watchdog.org incorrectly reported that Sen. Al Franken (D-MN) has received donations from Time Warner Cable to accuse the senator of hypocrisy in advocating for net neutrality. In fact, the donations in question have...Show More Summary

Why Comcast is pushing broadband data caps that nobody wants

Do you want your home broadband services to have strict data caps like the ones on your mobile data plans? Of course you don’t! But that isn’t stopping Comcast and Time Warner Cable from pushing them anyway. RELATED: Time Warner Cable...Show More Summary

Court Blocks FCC On Content Deals, Cutting Outsiders’ Access To Program Terms

The deals that CBS, Fox, Disney, and Time Warner have with Comcast, Time Warner Cable, Charter Communications, AT&T and DirecTV will remain private, at least for now. The U.S. Court of Appeals in DC today granted an emergency stay that...Show More Summary

For Time Warner Cable, How Significant Can Business Services Be?

Broadband plays an important role for businesses as it connects them to the global marketplace. More information can be transferred at faster speeds using a broadband connection and it can be less expensive due to unlimited usage and competitive pricing depending upon the location. Show More Summary

Comcast wants to fix one of the things you hate most about its service

Is Comcast really making an effort to improve its customer service? Given how its recent push to improve its image has coincided with its efforts to merge with Time Warner Cable, we remain skeptical. That said, it looks like the company...Show More Summary

Pols: Programmer issues raised in cable merger

Regulators weighing Comcast Corp.'s proposed purchase of Time Warner Cable Inc. should consider whether the deal could harm independent video providers, two U.S. senators said. The Federal... To view the full story, click the title link.

Charter Ready To Woo Time Warner Cable Again If Comcast Fails

Not even a year ago, Time Warner Cable was spurning the romantic advances of Charter Communications and its $37.3 billion offer of wedded bliss, all because it knew that Comcast was waiting in the wings with a more expensive proposal. But in case the Comcast/TWC marriage fails to get the blessing of federal regulators, Charter’s billionaire backer says he’s … [More]

Does John Malone Lust After TW Cable? “Hell, Yes!” (If Comcast Deal Tanks)

Liberty Media Chairman John Malone hasn't lost his lust for Time Warner Cable. That's the unmistakable message he delivered today at Liberty's Investor Day gathering when he was asked whether Charter — where he's the top shareholder — would take another run at TWC if its current $45 billion deal with Comcast falters. Show More Summary

Verizon Agrees To Pay Up For 'Inadequately Disclosed' Fees For Broadband Customers

last weekIndustries / Law : Techdirt

We recently wrote about a lawsuit filed in New York against Time Warner Cable for "deceptive acts and practices" regarding hidden charges and fees, and a failure to deliver a promised rate for broadband access. Tons of people have been...Show More Summary

Net Neutrality Review Could Give Comcast an Out in the Time Warner Cable Deal

Comcast is locked into its deal with Time Warner Cable unless it gets a timely assist from the Federal Communications Commission, Steven Davidoff Solomon writes in the Deal Professor column.

Comcast says Time Warner merger going ‘full steam ahead’

2 weeks agoNews : The Raw Story

Comcast Corp’s merger with Time Warner Cable Inc is going “full steam ahead” despite uncertainty around new rules governing net neutrality, Comcast Chief Executive Officer Brian Roberts told reporters on Wednesday. The deal, which would create the largest U.S. cable Internet...

Comcast Says Time Warner Deal Going 'full Steam Ahead'

SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Comcast Corp's merger with Time Warner Cable Inc is going "full steam ahead" despite uncertainty around new rules governing net neutrality, Comcast Chief Executive Officer Brian Roberts told reporters on Wednesday. Show More Summary

Guy Sues Time Warner Cable For Deceptive Acts & False Advertising Over Bogus Promotional Rates, Hidden Fees

2 weeks agoIndustries / Law : Techdirt

For many, many years, plenty of people have complained about hidden fees and bogus promotional rates offered by various broadband companies. It appears that Jeremy Zielinski has had enough. He's actually sued Time Warner Cable in NYShow More Summary

Investigate Time Warner & Comcast's "Social Contract" on America. Were the Schools Wired? Was Your Family Overcharged Hundreds of Dollars & How Can High-Speed Internet have 97% Profits Margins?

From: "The Book of Broken Promises: $400 Billion Broadband Scandal & Free the Net." It is Time to Stop the Merger Talks & Start the Investigations -- We've Been Played. Time Warner Cable (TWC) cable TV rates in Brooklyn NY increasedShow More Summary

Obama Calls On FCC To Reclassify Internet To Implement Tough Net Netrality Rules

This is a surprise that will thrill net neutrality supporters — but is already contributing to a sharp drop this morning in the stock prices for cable broadband providers including Comcast, Time Warner Cable, and Charter. President Obama...Show More Summary

Strategies: The Stock Market Is on Edge About a Cable Merger

As regulatory issues swirl, investors are fretting over a Comcast deal with Time Warner Cable.

Strategies: The Stock Market Is on Edge About a Cable Merger

As regulatory issues swirl, investors are fretting over a Comcast deal with Time Warner Cable.

Without Greater Transparency And Meaningful Net Neutrality Rules, The Netflix Interconnection War Will Get Much, Much Uglier

2 weeks agoIndustries / Law : Techdirt

If you've followed the ongoing feud between Netflix and the nation's biggest ISPs, you'll recall that streaming performance on the nation's four biggest ISPs (AT&T, Verizon, Comcast and Time Warner Cable) mysteriously started to go to...Show More Summary

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