Keyword: Time Warner Cable
U.S. cable operators, led by the biggest one of all, Comcast, are about to make a lot more on residential and business broadband.
After debuting its subsidized internet product in its acquired Cablevision footprint last year, Altice USA has announced the expansion of the program into Suddenlink Communications regions.
Charter Communications CFO Christopher Winfrey continued to pour cold water on potential M&A suitors, saying that his cable company is already “strategically complete” following its acquisitions of Time Warner Cable and Bright House Networks last year.
Charter Communications is being sued by a Tampa Bay, Florida-based video production company over the use of the name “Spectrum.”
After losing 336,000 pay TV customers over the last six quarters, Charter has quietly deployed some aggressive promotions to try to win some of them back.
A good chunk of subscribers in the Time Warner Cable and Bright House footprints have been converted to Charter's Spectrum packages.
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Charter Communications is facing a second class-action suit related to alleged robocalling in California.
Kagan is the latest research company to come out with bearish subscriber-growth projections for the traditional pay TV industry.