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Netflix's Interconnection Agreements To Reduce Profitability

By ValueWalk: By Marie Cabural Netflix (NASDAQ:NFLX) disclosed that its interconnection agreements with AT&T Inc. (NYSE:T), Time Warner Cable Inc (NYSE:TWC) and Verizon Communications Inc. (NYSE:VZ) resulted in better speeds last month. Show More Summary

Comcast CEO "Cautiously Optimistic" on Approval for Time Warner Cable Acquisition

"The process is underway in earnest and we've got many states and local communities to already approve of the transfer," the exec stated on Tuesday read more

Time Warner Cable has no idea it just offered you a free tablet

One of the things that we’ve found most remarkable about Comcast and Time Warner Cable’s infamous customer service is that it seems absolutely no one within either company definitively knows anything about the products and services they’re offering. Show More Summary

Time Warner Cable to broadcast final Dodger games on local TV

9 hours agoSports / Baseball : Dodgers Now

Tens of thousands of Los Angeles Dodgers fans haven't heard legendary broadcaster Vin Scully call games. They've missed two Dodger no-hitters, first baseman Adrian Gonzalez's clutch home runs, outfielder Yasiel Puig's antics and pitching ace Clayton Kershaw clinching his 19th win of the season.

Final 6 Dodger games will air on free TV

Time Warner Cable will allow KDOC 56 to broadcast the last games of the season, starting with the Giants series next week.

Dodgers Fans In L.A. May Get To Watch Team On TV This Season

It’s no secret that Time Warner Cable hates Dodgers fans. If they liked them, the cable company would figure out a way that more than 30% of people in L.A. could actually watch the games on TV. But with the team doing so well right now (and, more importantly, with regulators in D.C. asking questions about how the Dodgers disaster … [More]

Local Broadcast TV Rescues Dodgers For Stretch Run

Good news Dodger fans - Time Warner Cable has struck a deal with local indie station KDOC to broadcast the final six regular season games as the team closes in on the National League West Division championship. About 70% of LA market...Show More Summary

AT&T And DirecTV Merger Under Scrutiny - How Will It Affect Shareholders?

By FNF Solutions: State attorneys in the United States, who were previously scrutinizing Comcast's (NASDAQ:CMCSA) deal to buy out Time Warner Cable Inc (NYSE:TWC), have extended their investigation to cover the merger between AT&T (NYSE:T) and DirecTV (NASDAQ:DTV). Show More Summary

L.A. Can Finally Watch the Dodgers: Time Warner to Simulcast Final Games

Los Angeles will finally be able to watch the Dodgers. Time Warner Cable agreed to license the final six games of the season to independent broadcast TV station KDOC Channel 56, the New York-based company said today in an email. SeeShow More Summary

Time Warner Cable to televise final six Dodgers games on local TV

Time Warner Cable has agreed to broadcast the final week of the Los Angeles Dodgers' regular season baseball on local broadcast station KDOC.

3 Reasons Time Warner Cable's Stock Could Fall

While Time Warner Cable shares are up 16% year to date, there will be a few headwinds in the short and long term. Should that worry investors?

Be very careful when you sign up for one of Time Warner Cable’s two-year promotions

Recently, a Time Warner Cable customer who had signed up for one of the company’s two-year offers was surprised to see their cable bill jump by $15 per month after just one year. After making multiple calls to Time Warner Cable to ask...Show More Summary

Windstream's Gardner: Cable could become a threat in larger businesses

Windstream today may not see cable as a major competitor in the larger business space that it plays in today, but the pending multi-billion dollar merger between Comcast and Time Warner Cable could pose new challenges.

Some Time Warner Cable bills seen doubling after Comcast merger

Welcome to Comcast Country, Time Warner Cable customers. The Albany Times Union reports that New York state regulators now “believe some Time Warner Cable customers could see their Internet and cable TV bills more than double under the...Show More Summary

Tillis to debate himself, courtesy of his favorite company

5 days agoUS Politics / Liberal : BlueNC

When Thom Tillis proclaimed he had "business interests" with Time Warner Cable, who knew it would lead to an opportunity for him to hold the stage all by his lonesome in a non-debate that Kay Hagan long ago (back in July) said she wouldn't participate in. Show More Summary

Is Time Warner Cable Worth Investing In?

By Options Calling: Time Warner Cable (NYSE:TWC) in recent years has been experiencing rapid growth in its broadband business. With an increase in the number of smart phones being used and multiples of other devices being made use of, cable operators such as Time Warner Cable are likely to experience broadband growth. Show More Summary

Discovery CEO tells FCC he’s concerned about Comcast merger with Time Warner Cable

Discovery Communications' chief executive said Wednesday that the cable television programmer has expressed concerns to federal regulators about Comcast's $45 billion bid to buy Time Warner Cable. If the merger is approved, Comcast would...Show More Summary

Discovery CEO tells FCC he’s concerned about Comcast merger with Time Warner Cable

6 days agoTechnology : Post Tech

Discovery Communications' chief executive said Wednesday that the cable television programmer has expressed concerns to federal regulators about Comcast's $45 billion bid to buy Time Warner Cable. If the merger is approved, Comcast would...Show More Summary

TheBlaze Figures 300,000+ Are Opposed to Comcast/Time Warner Cable Deal

Glenn Beck‘s TheBlaze, which aspires to grow its cable distribution, continues its fierce opposition to the proposed Comcast acquisition of Time Warner Cable. In a new filing to the FCC today, John B. Simpson, a consultant hired by TheBlaze...Show More Summary

Charlotte Hornets arena will receive upgrade

Here’s the Charlotte Observer with good news about the Hornets arena: Charlotte City Council members on Monday approved spending $33.5 million over 10 years on improvements to Time Warner Cable Arena, money that the city said it was contractually obligated to spend. The Charlotte Hornets will use the money to renovate restaurants and bathrooms, add lower bowl [...]

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