Time Warner Cable customers are unlikely to mourn the demise of its brand following the company's acquisition by Charter, which also confirmed that the Bright House brand will be phased out too.
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Following the approval from the FCC over a merger with Time Warner Cable, Charter is becoming the second-largest cable service provider in the U.S., giving Comcast a run for its money.
In a takeover worth just over $55 billion, Charter Communications has made some major concessions in order to convince the US Government to provide its blessing.
According to Bloomberg, two of America's most hated companies will reportedly drop plans to merge. The rumors come after a hearing with regulatory bodies raising concerns about the deal Wednesday.
Subscribers to Time Warner Cable woke up this morning to find they could no longer check Facebook, email or anything else as a major outage affecting cable services swept across much of the U.S.
United States-based television provider Time Warner Cable lost 215,000 subscribers in the fourth quarter of 2013, amidst a potential bid for takeover.
Microsoft has announced that Time Warner Cable subscribers will be able to download the TWC TV app for the Xbox 360 later this summer to watch over 300 channels via Microsoft's console.
A patent has been awarded to Time Warner Cable that gives them exclusive rights to disable all trick plays within your DVR, including rewind, fast-forward, and pause.
Time Warner Cable will reportedly discontinue its "Road Runner" branding for its broadband Internet services beginning on May 19th, with the simple "Internet" branding used from now on.
Media giant Viacom has filed another lawsuit against another cable TV company over streaming video rights to Viacom's content. The Wall Street Journal reports that Viacom filed the suit against Cablevision, claiming that its recently...
One of the biggest Internet broadband providers in the US is thinking once again about putting in metered Internet usage for its customers, two years after a previous attempt was shut down. Bloomberg reports that...