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Time Warner Cable to rebrand service in New York, Los Angeles

Time Warner Cable will unveil a new brand for its cable service later this year in New York City and Los Angeles, where it plans to launch new wideband Internet tiers and super DVRs containing six tuners, CEO Rob Marcus said Thursday.

TiVo execs eye potential Charter rollout, U.S. launch of network DVRs

Tom Rogers, CEO of TiVo, and EVP Jeff Klugman talk with FierceCable Editor Steve Donohue about how cable consolidation could impact TiVo, and how Comcast has become both a competitor and a partner for the DVR hardware and software vendor.

Comcast adds video subscribers for first time in more than 6 years

Reversing a trend that had been going on for more than six years, Comcast said it added 43,000 video subscribers in the fourth quarter of 2013 as part of an overall 29 percent year-over-year increase of 649,000 voice, video and high-speed data customers.

Rumor mill: Charter pushes Comcast-Cablevision scenario, proxy battle to nail Time Warner Cable deal

Hoping to compel Time Warner Cable to accept his acquisition offer, Tom Rutledge, Charter Communications CEO is reportedly preparing for a proxy battle aimed at replacing TWC's board.

Charter, Time Warner Cable investor T. Rowe Price reportedly urges TWC to negotiate deal

T. Rowe Price, the investment firm that fought an attempt to take Cablevision private in 2007, is reportedly urging Time Warner Cable to negotiate a merger agreement with suitor Charter Communications.

Charter signs telehealth and automobile advertising deals

Charter Communications announced two deals Thursday that are aimed at helping it drive increased revenue from automobile advertising and telemedicine services.

Comcast reportedly hires Barclays to evaluate Time Warner Cable deal

Comcast has hired investment bankers at Barclays to help it evaluate a potential deal involving Time Warner Cable, Reuters reported Wednesday.

Charter warns Time Warner Cable's value 'is declining'

Looking to pressure Time Warner Cable management to accept its merger offer, Charter Communications said Tuesday that the nation's second largest cable MSO is losing its value as a potential acquisition target.

Cox reportedly won't bid for Time Warner Cable

Cox Communications doesn't plan to submit a bid to acquire Time Warner Cable, The Wall Street Journal reported Friday, citing anonymous sources.

Charter recruits Cox, AT&T, Sprint veteran Schultz to run sales and retention

Three days after telling investors that it could improve subscriber retention at Time Warner Cable if it succeeds in acquiring it, Charter Communications said Friday that it recruited a former Cox Communications, Sprint and AT&T Wireless executive to oversee inbound sales and retention.