Time Warner Cable Business Services (TWCBS) is giving current and new business customers that reside at One World Trade Center in Lower Manhattan the ability to access 10 Gbps Internet speeds.
Letters sent to the FCC in favor of Comcast's proposed Time Warner Cable merger came from Mayor Jere Wood of Roswell, GA; Councilor Todd Wodraska of Jupiter, FL; Oregon Secretary of State Kate Brown and many other politicians -- all written in whole or part by Comcast's staffers and lobbyists. Read the rest
Comcast Corp.'s bold move to buy rival Time Warner Cable in a $45-billion deal once seemed inevitable.
Comcast ghostwrote letters to the FCC from local politicians in favor of the merger between Comcast and Time Warner Cable. Continue reading ? The post Comcast ghostwrote letters for politicians to send to FCC appeared first on PBS NewsHour.
Did you know that Comcast ghostwrites endorsement letters from politicians to the Federal Communications Commission about its awful merger with Time Warner Cable? Like, a Comcast flack literally puts words in local leaders' mouths and then uses them as evidence that America likes this merger. Read more...
In the eleven months since Comcast announced that it would acquire Time Warner Cable, numerous local and national politicians have written to the FCC in support of the merger, claiming it will create jobs (in spite of the fact that thousands of employees will inevitably be made redundant), spark investment (even though Comcast could just invest the $40 billion instead … [More]
James is wondering: Can he avoid Time Warner Cable's monthly fee to lease a set-top box by purchasing his own hardware?
Comcast and Time Warner Cable have long insisted that their proposed merger will have big benefits for consumers, although opinion polls of consumers have shown that this argument hasn’t proven very persuasive. That said, consumers in...Show More Summary
Miami Heat guard Dwyane Wade has been fined $15,000 for making an obscene gesture during the Heat's 78-76 loss to the Charlotte Hornets on Wednesday, Jan. 21, at Time Warner Cable Arena, it was announced today by Rod Thorn, President, Basketball Operations.
Just on the off chance you are not one of the nearly 89,000 followers of Time Warner Cable’s @TWC Twitter account, you might have missed the cable company’s reminder yesterday not to miss “Half Like Me,” the Al Madrigal special tonight on Fusion: .@AlMadrigal can't pronounce his own name. Show More Summary
Comcast and Time Warner Cable both have horrible reputations for customer service but is that alone a reason to block their proposed merger? Ars Technica reports that a new petition filed with the Federal Communications Commission by telecom analyst Bruce Kushnick of the New Networks Institute argues just that. Show More Summary
Deceptive billing practices and other harms to consumers described in complaint.
You probably know this company, but generally not for pay-TV.
Later this month, Dish will finally launch its much-awaited Sling TV streaming service that gives subscribers live online access to a dozen cable channels. And even though Sling has yet to go live, it’s already being factored into the pending mega-merger between Comcast and Time Warner Cable. Yesterday, the FCC sent Dish a request for information [PDF] as … [More]
In addition to merging with Time Warner Cable, Comcast has other plans to grow its business.
While the overall advertising trends are improving, it may still not help the cable company. Currently, television accounts for 40% of the overall ad spending. However, the trends in advertising marketplace are shifting away from television and moving towards Internet. Show More Summary
Unless you’re an executive at Comcast or Time Warner Cable, there’s probably a good reason for you to oppose the two companies’ merger. Whether you’ve dealt with either company’s miserable customer service, been slapped with unexplained...Show More Summary
Only a month ago, a coalition of more than a dozen groups formed in an effort to work together in stopping the pending merger between Comcast and Time Warner Cable. And while the federal regulatory review process inched forward on this deal, more and more groups have joined in the fight to prevent Comcast from dominating the consumer broadband market … [More]
Windstream has officially become the latest telco to enter the still growing IPTV race by securing a video franchise agreement in Lincoln, Neb., where it will compete directly with local cable incumbent Time Warner Cable.
Time Warner Cable customers may have been wondering whether there was a hidden catch when the company recently upgraded people's Internet modems for free. Time Warner said there was nothing sneaky going on.