Charter Communications has promoted Rich DiGeronimo to executive vice president, product and strategy. DiGeronimo, who had served at the senior VP level since 2011, will continue to report to Charter COO John Bickham.
Charter Communications has added three executives to its government relations team, highlighted by the addition of former Cablevision operative Adam Falk as senior VP, government affairs.
In preparation for what it hopes will be an FCC-approved takeover of Time Warner Cable, Comcast Cable EVP and COO David Watson circulated an internal memo, announcing a new executive structure based on three core regions.
LAS VEGAS--Having been lauded by media analysts for months for its new, cost-effective, cloud-based video delivery system, Charter Communications on Tuesday held a Consumer Electronics Show press conference to formally credit the key vendors behind the so-called "World Box" initiative.
Recruiting executive talent as it prepares to push out a new pay-TV user interface to most of its footprint in 2015, Charter Communications announced the hiring of former Starz exec Jodi Robinson as senior VP, user experience design and development.
Comcast and Charter Communications have been actively rolling out new cloud-based user guides for their users, but their approaches vary widely.
Two years and five months after its initial launch in Boston, Comcast's X1 set-top box has been deployed in about 5 million homes. But a similar product from Charter Communications shows how such products can offer many of the same services through a significantly different setup. For more on this topic, check out this FierceCable feature.
In Tim Burton's wildly inventive 1985 comedy Pee-Wee's Big Adventure, the title character spends most of the film trying to reclaim his stolen bike, a frilly, pimped out, elaborately customized 1941 Schwinn Pullman, somewhat grandiosely monikered the "X1."
Charter Communications continues to line up the financing it needs to buy cable systems currently covering 1.5 million Time Warner Cable customers, announcing on Wednesday that it will sell $3.5 billion worth of speculative-grade bonds.
Charter Communications reported 8 percent growth in third-quarter revenue to $2.3 billion, driven by narrowing video subscriber losses and burgeoning broadband customer gains.