In 2013, Time Warner Cable (since acquired by Charter Communications) struck an $8.35 billion deal with the LA Dodgers to create LA SportsNet, the exclusive home of LA Dodgers games. To recoup its investment, Time Warner Cable demanded exorbitant prices from competing cable providers if they wanted access to the channel. Show More Summary
The Republican-controlled US House of Representatives on Tuesday repealed privacy rules that would have required internet service providers such as Comcast and Time Warner Cable to get consumers' consent before selling or sharing their...Show More Summary
Charter Communications today committed to investing $25 billion in the U.S. and hiring 20,000 new American workers over the next four years. Charter, the nation’s No. 2 cable provider after its 2016 takeover of Time Warner Cable, also...Show More Summary
Time Warner Cable’s new owner is offering discount, high-speed internet service to low-income families.
“Put me in, Coach — I’m ready to play.” Los Angeles Dodgers fans who have been grumbling for years about not being able to watch games that are exclusive to Spectrum’s (formerly Time Warner Cable) SportsNet LA cable channel can claim...Show More Summary
Why does AT&T want to buy Time Warner Cable, and what could it mean for your cable bill?
Charter Communications is the No. 2 cable provider — but it’s starting to sound more like a wireless company based on CEO Tom Rutledge’s comments to analysts in this morning’s conference call to discuss Q4 earnings. Much of the talkShow More Summary
The New York State attorney general has filed an enormous lawsuit against Spectrum (previously known as Time Warner Cable). The AG asserts that TWC systemically lied to the FCC, defrauded customers, and knowingly misrepresented its service...Show More Summary
"We just have to make it work temporarily," TWC said of FCC speed tests.
The New York AG's lawsuit against Time Warner Cable (now a division of Charter) lays out a damning set of accusations of fradulent conduct, including "f sky-high prices, chronic service outages, bait-and-switch plan offerings, lower-than-advertised internet speeds and other indignities." (more…)
New York State’s Attorney General alleges a years-long scheme to defraud consumers.
The New York attorney general is suing Time Warner Cable, now owned by Charter Communications, for Net speed fraud.
On Wednesday, New York Attorney General Eric T. Schneiderman filed a lawsuit in the state's Supreme Court against Time Warner Cable and its new parent company, Spectrum. The suit alleges that Spectrum-TWC conducted "a deliberate scheme...Show More Summary
Charter-owned cable provider defrauded and misled customers, AG's complaint says.
Today, New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman filed a lawsuit accusing Charter’s subsidiary, Spectrum, of lying to customers about the internet speeds it advertised and the reliability of its network. Read more...
When Time Warner Cable merged with Charter Spectrum last year, NY Attorney General Eric Schneiderman made it clear the new Spectrum-TWC Frankenbaby would have to provide the "blazing fast" speeds its predecessor falsely promised, or else. Show More Summary
Starz COO Jeffrey Hirsch plans to keep his gig through 2020 as part of a new contract the Lionsgate-owned operation disclosed today. Hirsch was promoted to COO in June, a little less than a year after he moved from Time Warner CableShow More Summary
BERGER ON FULL REPEAL OF HB2: NOT NOW, NOT EVER (WTVD-TV) -- NC Senate leader Phil Berger said in an interview with Time Warner Cable News Thursday that there are not enough votes in the General Assembly for an outright repeal of the controversial HB2 law that has cost the state millions. Show More Summary
A federal appeals court has rejected a consumer's suit against Time Warner Cable for retaining personal information he gave the company when he subscribed to its services. The Seventh Circuit Court of Appeal said the plaintiff did not have any damages or standing to sue the cable company. The plaintiff......
Charter Communications just got done spending $79 billion to acquire Time Warner Cable and Bright House Networks. And like most telecom megamergers, the promises made before the deal (more jobs! better service! incredible new innovation!) have only a fleeting resemblance to what's actually happening in the real world. Show More Summary