Time Warner Cable will start carrying the news channel Al Jazeera America this week.
Finding a closer to replace Mariano Rivera isn't the only headache the Yankees face this off-season. The team's YES Network, which carries most of its games, will soon need a new distribution deal with Time Warner Cable, the biggest pay-TV operator in the New York City area.
The comments by Charter CEO Tom Rutledge and Liberty Media CEO Greg Maffei may account for the 2% dip today in Time Warner Cable’s stock price. Investors are betting that Charter will make a rich offer for the No. 2 cable company.Show More Summary
It looks like the cord-cutting phenomenon is finally getting big cable companies’ attention. Variety reports that Time Warner Cable “is now marketing a low-cost bundle that includes a limited bunch of TV channels and HBO” that is “aimed...Show More Summary
The new Los Angeles Dodgers RSN backed by Time Warner Cable is looking to be a powerful outfit. After rumors they were ready to pinch ESPN Sunday Night Baseball analyst Orel Hershiser comes a report from the Los Angeles Times that the...Show More Summary
Time Warner Cable (TWC) is experimenting with cheaper bundles to keep people from cancelling cable: The pay TV provider just introduced a Starter TV with HBO bundle that includes access to 20 channels, including local broadcasters in HD, as well as HBO and HBO Go, for $30 a month (hat tip to Lightreading). TWC is... Read More
You’ve spent years connecting others, and now you’re due for a connection all your own.
A month after Comcast launched its Internet-Plus package, which is basically a plan for people who want Web access and just HBO, Time Warner Cable has quietly begun offering its own HBO-focused service aimed at slowing the rate of cord-cutting. TWC is now offering its “Starter TV with HBO” for the intro price of $29.99/month for 12 months. But … [More]
Time Warner Cable knows that some of its customers don't care about 300 channels. The company is now offering a bundle of local channels and HBO -- but is it really a good deal?
The home of Girls, Game of Thrones, and Boardwalk Empire has become part of another low-cost cable TV bundle. This time, it's Time Warner serving up HBO without the all the filler cable channels you'll never watch.
It's all about the cash.
Listen to (and share) episode 61 of our audio podcast Deadline Big Media With David Lieberman. Deadline’s financial editor talks with host David Bloom about the latest potential entrant, Cox Communications, in the cable TV consolidation...Show More Summary
By Crunching Numbers: In a recent article I discussed how Liberty Media (LMCA), the parent company of Sirius XM Radio (SIRI), was rumored to be pursuing Time Warner Cable (TWC) through Charter Communications (CHTR), a company where Liberty recently acquired a 27% equity interest. Show More Summary
Media mogul John Malone seems to be at it again, working to engineer a possible tie-up between his Charter Communications investment and Time Warner Cable. Should investors bet on the target?
Charter Communications could offer $90 in cash for each Time Warner Cable share, and supplement that with its own stock, if it completes the debt offer, The Wall Street Journal reports. The plan is the latest indication that Charter wants to pounce on the No. Show More Summary
Kobe Bryant spoke at a press conference on Tuesday to discuss the status of his Achilles injury recovery prior to the Lakers' game against the Washington Wizards. Any home viewers who may have been confused as to who he was receivedShow More Summary
satan wakes from his slumber, sees that time warner cable is still in business, and goes back to sleep with a smile on his face
(Reuters) - Time Warner Cable Inc, being circled by potential buyers, could pay out more than $50 million to incoming Chief Executive Robert Marcus as part of his contract, if the company is bought while he is CEO and he gets replac...
By Peter Mycroft Psaras: On November 25, 2013 Seeking Alpha's Market Currents had the following news: Time Warner Cable could be worth $160/share in Comcast/Charter bid Wells Fargo analyst Marci Ryvicker looks at what a joint Comcast...Show More Summary
Just a few weeks ago Time Warner Cable was considered a laggard of the pay-TV industry.