Letters from politicians to the FCC supporting Comcast's purchase of Time Warner Cable have been ghostwritten by Comcast PR executives, according to The Verge.
It's just a regional snapshot, but the latest news out of the Better Business Bureau in Charlotte, N.C., isn't going to burnish the fractured customer service reputation of Time Warner Cable.
NBC stations in five election "battleground" states have refused to air a two-minute commercial from a conservative political action committee attacking parent conglomerate Comcast for alleged liberal bias.
The FCC has asked Dish Network about how it reached its programming deals for its $20-a-month OTT service, Sling TV.
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.
Facing opposition from many progressive groups based on its merger plans with Time Warner Cable, Comcast is now getting headwind from a conservative PAC, which claims the publicly traded corporation has a secret liberal agenda.
Time Warner Cable has responded to the competitive threat of Google Fiber in Kansas City. The MSO will begin transitioning its footprint in that market to all-digital video with the rollout of its DOCSIS 3.0-based "TWC Maxx" service this week.
After pausing on Dec. 22 to vet a pile of delinquent documents, the FCC has resumed the shot clock on its review of the proposed merger of Comcast and Time Warner Cable.
Windstream has officially become the latest telco to enter the still growing IPTV race by securing a video franchise agreement in Lincoln, Neb., where it will compete directly with local cable incumbent Time Warner Cable.
A group of telcos, including CenturyLink and FairPoint Communications, has told the FCC that if the Comcast and Time Warner Cable merger is approved, they should not be required to provide the combined company access to unbundled network elements (UNEs) to deliver voice services.