• The Hollywood Reporter on LinkedIn
  • Follow THR on Pinterest

Time Warner Cable

Latest News

  1. TWC to FCC: CBS Should Have Made Offer Without Showtime

    10:10 am 8/5/2013

    In a letter to the FCC on Friday, the cable distributor takes the network to task for "coercive bundling" and for cutting off CBS.com from its broadband subscribers.Read more

    • 0
  2. CBS Corp. Could Lose $400,000 Per Day in Time Warner Cable Dispute, Analyst Says

    1:29 am 8/5/2013

    But UBS' John Janedis predicts a "minimal" stock effect and reiterates his "buy" rating on the conglomerate's stock.Read more

    • 0
  3. CBS: Time Warner Cable Refuses to Resume Negotiations

    2:33 pm 8/4/2013

    As some customers claim to be receiving rebates for Showtime subscriptions, CBS issues a statement claiming the provider is making a play for "more leverage." Read more

    • 0
  4. 5 Big Shows Some Time Warner Cable Customers Can't Watch

    7:47 pm 8/2/2013

    The company's dispute with CBS means "Dexter," "Under the Dome" and "Big Brother" have been blacked out in about 3 million homes.Read more

    • 0
  5. Time Warner Cable: CBS Refused a Contract Extension of up to One Year

    6:12 pm 8/2/2013

    UPDATED: In the latest war of words, the cable company says CBS is stalling until football season starts because they have no interest in making a reasonable deal. Read more

    • 0
  6. Time Warner Cable, CBS Talks Break Down, Stations Go Dark

    2:11 pm 8/2/2013

    CBS stations in New York City, Los Angeles, Dallas-Fort Worth and elsewhere, reaching over 3 million homes, are being blacked out by the nation's second largest cable company. Read more

    • 0
  7. Time Warner Cable Second-Quarter Earnings Rise, Subs Drop

    2:16 am 8/1/2013

    UPDATED: The second-largest U.S. cable company continued to lose video subscribers as outgoing CEO Glenn Britt discusses chatter about industry consolidation.Read more

    • 1
  8. Time Warner Cable Agrees Not to Black Out CBS Channels as Talks Continue

    9:19 pm 7/29/2013

    UPDATED: The decision was reversed only minutes after TWC said it was turning off the networks in the New York, Los Angeles and Dallas/Fort Worth areas, with the companies later setting a new Friday deadline for their carriage talks.Read more

    • 2
  9. Time Warner Cable's Other Retrans Battle: Journal-Owned Stations Remain Dark

    4:27 pm 7/29/2013

    The cable operator, which is currently embroiled in tense negotiation with CBS, abruptly blacked out several stations earlier this month amid contract talks.Read more

    • 1
  10. Rob Marcus to Become Time Warner Cable CEO

    12:56 pm 7/25/2013

    The COO is set to replace Glenn Britt, who will retire at the end of the year.Read more

    • 0
Syndicate content