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Pay-TV Notes: A Look At Time Warner Cable, Dish

The pay-TV industry saw significant activity this week, with Time Warner Cable calling for a special meeting of shareholders on September 21 to vote on its planned merger with Charter Communications. On a separate note, FCC chairmanShow More Summary

$20B Racial-Discrimination Suit Against Comcast, TW And Others Is Back On – Update

3RD UPDATE, 7:29 PM: Some lawsuits just won’t go away–  much to Comcast's dismay, were sure. A federal judge today reopened the $20 billion racial-discrimination lawsuit against Comcast, Time Warner Cable, Al Sharpton and others that seemed dead only 12 days ago. In his order today (read it here), U.S. Show More Summary

Football: Narbonne-Long Beach Poly to be Time Warner Cable game

The Thursday, Sept. 3 football game between Long Beach Poly and host Narbonne has been chosen by Time Warner Cable for broadcast.

George Soros Adds Big, New Stake in Time Warner Cable, 13-F Says

Associated Press The Time Warner Cable corporate logo is displayed at a company store, Tuesday, May 26, 2015 in New York. Charter Communications is buying Time Warner Cable for $55.33 billion. Financier and philanthropist George Soros took a sizable new stake in Time Warner Cable (TWC) during the second quarter, according to quarterly 13-F filings released Friday. That [...]

Why We Are Revising Our Price Estimate For Time Warner Cable To $198

Time Warner Cable's recent results underscore the changing complexion of the company's business. Even though the company made its name in the past selling cable TV services, it is the high speed internet segment that is leading the growth charge in recent years. Show More Summary

MobTel: Some of America's Most Hated ISPs, Cable TV & Wireless Companies have their Associations Suing the FCC over Net Neutrality.

#MobTel is "The Gang of Five+" -- AT&T, Verizon, Centurylink, Comcast & Time Warner Cable -- plus friends, and they control most of America's communications. First, as a group, MobTel is currently the most despised industry in the U.S.A. Show More Summary

Charter Loses More Video Subs, Posts Wider Second-Quarter Loss

CEO Tom Rutledge on the earnings call discusses the planned Time Warner Cable acquisition, cord cutting and the challenges of designing "skinny" pay TV bundles. read more

Feds should foil the giant Anthem-Cigna merger

To the editor: It's astounding that health insurer Anthem would even hope to win regulatory approval to acquire Cigna. After all, the proposed deal between Comcast and Time Warner Cable unraveled out of concerns that the combined company would control 50% of the broadband market. ("Firms should...

Time Warner Cable Comes Up Short of Quarterly Earnings Estimates

Time Warner Cable’s earnings report for the second quarter fell short of expectations amid rising programming costs and the continued migration of subscribers away from traditional pay television. USA Today reports: “The company, which Charter Communications is seeking to acquire,...

Time Warner second-quarter profit drops, misses Wall Street expectations

Time Warner Cable Inc. on Thursday reported a drop in second-quarter profit as higher programming costs offset a boost in subscriber growth. The cable company reported a 7.2% drop in profit to $463... To view the full story, click the title link.

Time Warner Cable Strikes Out In Securing More Distribution For Dodgers

Los Angeles Dodgers fans who can’t watch games on SportsNet LA are still out of luck for now. It “doesn't look like we'll get additional distribution for the Dodgers network this season,” Time Warner Cable CEO Rob Marcus told analysts this morning in a call to discuss Q2 earnings. This has been a problem for the No. Show More Summary

Time Warner Cable misses on Q2 earnings, revenue

Time Warner Cable missed Wall Street expectations for second-quarter earnings and revenue.        

Time Warner Cable Posts Smallest Second-Quarter Video Sub Loss Since 2008

The company, which Charter is planning to acquire, reports its best second-quarter subscriber performance ever, but earnings miss estimates. read more

First Drip (7/28/15): City council approves funding for 2017 NBA All Star Game

Charlotte City Council voted on Monday to contribute $600,000 worth of police ad other public-safety services during the NBA All Star Game at Time Warner Cable Arena in 2017. More than half of the $6 million needed to host the game will come from the public sector.…

With New Distribution Deal, Comcast and Discovery Kiss and Make Up

To paraphrase Taylor Swift, Discovery Communications and Comcast used to have bad blood, but now they've got mad love. After bitterly feuding last year over Comcast's attempted $45 billion acquisition of Time Warner Cable, the companies have buried the hatchet and agreed to a long-term renewal of their distribution agreement. Show More Summary

Comcast and Discovery Announce Long-Term Distribution Deal

The multiyear agreement is a public olive branch after the two companies clashed during Comcast’s takeover attempt of Time Warner Cable.

Why AT&T's cable merger succeeded when Comcast's failed

The FCC will allow AT&T to absorb DirecTV because the merger doesn't threaten consumers the same way Comcast's deal with Time Warner Cable might have. Video provided by Newsy        

Why did T's Cable merger succeed when Comcast's Failed?

The FCC will allow AT&T to absorb DirecTV because the merger doesn't threaten consumers the same way Comcast's deal with Time Warner Cable might have. Video provided by Newsy        

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