Time Warner Cable has pledged to reduce its carbon footprint by 30 percent by the end of 2016. The environmentally conscious move comes after the MSO far exceeded a two-year goal, stated in 2012, to reduce its carbon footprint by 15 percent.
CenturyLink is aware that when Charter Communications completes its acquisition of Time Warner Cable the merger will give CenturyLink a larger threat in its residential and business service capabilities, but the telco says it has the right weapons to compete.
Count Time Warner Cable CEO Rob Marcus as being among the top pay-TV executives not sold on the "skinny bundle" strategy.
Time Warner Cable said it has no plans to air the stretch drive of the Los Angeles Dodgers pennant run on independent broadcast station KDOC-TV, as it did a year ago.
CableLabs makes no secret of why it started work on DOCSIS 3.1: "Gigabit speeds were something very important" to the cable industry, explained Wayne Surdam, CableLabs' vice president of communications. Indeed, DOCSIS 3.1 is the cable industry's answer to a range of competitive threats and market trends.
Silicon Valley-based big data company Guavus has announced the latest version of its Pipeline data mediation tool for the cable industry.
Amazon has taken a major competitive leap forward in the area of mobile video, announcing a new feature that lets users of its SVOD Prime Video service download select movies and TV shows to Android and Apple mobile devices.
Jurors ruled that Time Warner Cable should pay $5.78 million stemming from a natural gas explosion that killed one worker and injured more than a dozen people at a Kansas City, Mo., restaurant in February 2013.
Thanks to a handy chart was created by Stacey Horne for FierceCable, we have a depiction of the major acquisitions and mergers consummated by today's top five cable operators during the past 10 years. Special report
Comcast, Time Warner Cable, Cox and Cablevision may be known today as the top five U.S. cable operators, but like the wireline telco industry they achieved their dominant positions by purchasing a number of smaller, regional operators, including major providers like Optimum West and wholesale provider Duke Net.