As the DirecTV/SportsNet LA dispute drags on into its third year, a California-based Congresswoman was hoping to get DirecTV and SportsNet LA operator Time Warner Cable to the table. However, DirecTV didn’t bother to show up and left TWC holding the bag. Show More Summary
The Miami Heat staved off elimination in enemy territory with a 97-90 victory over the Charlotte Hornets on Friday at Time Warner Cable Arena, pushing their opening-round playoff series to a decisive seventh game. A thrilling fourth-quarter...Show More Summary
The latest attempt to end the Dodgers' blackout ended in failure this week, when the parent company of DirecTV declined an invitation from Rep. Janice Hahn (D-San Pedro) to meet with Time Warner Cable in her office. Instead, AT&T and TWC traded barbs as the Dodgers' SportsNet LA channel remains...
In an amazing turn of events, the Charlotte Hornets find themselves only one win away from reaching the second round of the Eastern Conference playoffs as they host the Miami Heat at the Time Warner Cable Arena.
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Charter's massive takeover of Time Warner Cable comes with a condition that could increase broadband competition.
Charter Communications is all set to buy out Time Warner Cable and Bright House Networks, forming the second-largest cable company in the U.S., known as New Charter. The merger comes with a few conditions designed to protect consumers. Read more...
As Charter prepares to take over Time Warner Cable and create a huge new company covering 24 million customers, regulators want the combined firm to make some commitments of its own to ensure the merger doesn't create problems for competition. One of the more interesting requirements is that Charter (or "New Charter," as the company refers to its future […]
Federal regulators are poised to approve Charter Communications' $71-billion purchase of Time Warner Cable and Bright House Networks, but with conditions that will be a boon to online video companies such as Netflix and the millions of people who love them. Theoretically, cable-industry mergers...
Charter Communications won U.S. antitrust approval for its $55 billion takeover of Time Warner Cable after agreeing not to thwart online video competitors.
TWC is a leader in restraining competition from online video, DOJ says.
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Back-door regulation and inequality.
After a year of waiting for regulators to do what regulators do, Charter Communications' purchases of Time Warner Cable and Bright House Networks are being cleared by regulators. ... [visit site to read more]
If you recall, the FCC and DOJ blocked Comcast's acquisition of Time Warner Cable, in large part because of the sheer volume of nonsensical benefits Comcast tried to claim the deal would bring consumers. When Charter Communications subsequently...Show More Summary
Charter and Comcast set to control 70% of high-speed Internet connections.
The Justice Department has approved, with conditions, the deal that would make Charter the No. 2 provider
The Charlotte Hornets will look to even up their first-round Eastern Conference playoff series with the Miami Heat at two games apiece at Time Warner Cable Arena on Monday night. After dropping the first two games of the series, theShow More Summary
Charter Communication's bid for Time Warner Cable and Bright House Networks gets approval.
NEW YORK (AP) — Federal regulators will impose several conditions meant to protect online video services as they back Charter's bid to buy Time Warner Cable and create the country's second-largest home Internet provider. Buying TimeShow More Summary