Keyword: Time Warner Cable
The corporate tax rollback will drive a cumulative $14.4 billion increase in cash flow for Comcast by 2021, according to analyst Craig Moffett.
Customer education regarding TV Everywhere is still lagging, according to Jonathan Hurd, director of research company AltmanVilandrie & Co.
Charter Communications has officially announced and activated its deployments of DOCSIS 3.1-powered 1 Gbps services in New York and six other markets.
Television broadcast group Tegna has appointed Melinda Witmer, a former executive at Time Warner Cable, to its board of directors, effective immediately.
Charter has settled the only still-pending programming licensing lawsuit filed against it in the wake of its purchase of Time Warner Cable.
Mediacom has become the latest telecom company to be sued by Sprint for internet phone patents.
Casa Systems is finally following through with long-discussed plans for an initial public offering.
Charter Communications said it lost 104,000 pay TV subscribers in the third quarter, a loss Chairman and CEO Tom Rutledge said is partly due to piracy.
The city council in Lexington, Kentucky, has given Charter Communications 30 days to address a number of service issues or face fines.
With Comcast trying to use its sizable market power to leverage a better franchise agreement in Vermont, Wired offers a retrospective on the deal that turned both Comcast and Charter Communications into the industry monoliths they are today.