Apple was once in the running for buying Time Warner Cable, but now that they have walked away from that, they are considering a buyout of Netflix. Although there never were any talks to buy Time Warner Cable that got out of the preliminary stage, Apple is actively on the market trying to buy up... Show More Summary
Apple supposedly considered buying Time Warner Cable last year before the cable giant Voltroned with Charter, according to the Financial Times. The tech industry is full of many “what if” moments, but this is a weird one. Read more....
It's pretty great that most pay TV companies now offer apps that let you stream live TV. From Comcast and Time Warner Cable to Dish, these companies all offer apps for the iPhone, iPad and Android devices that give you access to on demand content as well as live channels. Show More Summary
News this week included TWC, AT&T and 5G, the long wait for IPv6, business continuity benefits and Nokia phones.
With Cablevision and Time Warner Cable both based in the New York area, the impending sale of Cablevision to European communications firm Altice and the sale of Time Warner Cable to Charter Communications, which has just closed, are expected to...
This story was delivered to BI Intelligence "Digital Media Briefing" subscribers. To learn more and subscribe, please click here. Charter Communications finalized its acquisition of Time Warner Cable and Bright House Networks yesterday...Show More Summary
Hulu’s plan to create a skinny bundle collection of channels may have looked like a potential declaration of war on cable and satellite companies. But Charter CEO Tom Rutledge — who now controls Time Warner Cable’s former systems — says...Show More Summary
Federal regulators brought two big cable deals closer to reality, moving to approve $65.5 billion acquisitions of Time Warner Cable and Bright House Networks by Charter Communications, The New York Times reports. The moves this week pave the way for...
Charter Communications says it's completed the acquisition of Time Warner cable, creating the second-largest cable operator in the US.
The sale of Time Warner Cable to Charter Communications is completed today, and former TWC customers (including me) can look forward to a whole new era of shitty service under our new broadband overlords. (more…)
According to the branding firm Landor, consumers don't like Time Warner as much as competitors Comcast, Verizon Fios and Xfinity. Charter will continue trying to boost Internet speeds and won't have usage-based billing or caps on how...Show More Summary
You'll still have to unplug your modem and wait 30 seconds, though.
After approvals in Washington, DC and Calif., Charter closes big cable merger.
By David Shepardson WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Charter Communications Inc said Wednesday it has completed its acquisition of Time Warner Cable Inc and Bright House Networks LLC, creating the second-largest U.S. broadband provider and third-largest pay TV provider. Show More Summary
Time Warner Cable has long been the second largest provider of cable and internet services to many people throughout the U.S. But now, that era is about to go away and Time Warner Cable is making its last curtain call. Now that rival competitor cable company Charter Communications has finalized a deal to purchase the... Show More Summary
It’s official: You’ll never again spend another evening on the phone with Time Warner Cable trying to get your internet back up. Instead, those calls will now go Charter Communications, which today completed its $56 billion purchase of Time Warner Cable, spelling the end of the brand that was formed ... More »
On Wednesday, Charter Communications completed its massive purchase of Time Warner Cable and Bright House Networks, which means that America’s newest three-headed cable monster has finally hatched out of its $65.5 billion egg. Rejoice! Haha, just kidding. Read more...
The brand you love to hate is going away. Time Warner Cable, which had the worst customer-service score in any industry according to a 2015 survey, won’t survive Charter Communications... To view the full story, click the title link...
Charter Communications on Wednesday said it completed its $55 billion acquisition of Time Warner Cable, solidifying the formation of a telecommunications behemoth that faced regulatory hurdles and criticism from consumer groups.