Posts Categorized: Carolinas

TWC & The Weather Channel Help Families Plan For Severe Weather

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  Mother Nature is not always so nurturing.  In fact, sometimes she can turn lives upside down, as was the case a year ago when Hurricane Sandy smashed into the Northeast. The super storm not only impacted the lives of thousands of people along the Atlantic, but it also impacted hundreds of Time Warner Cable… Read more »

TWC’s High School Football Coverage Scores Touchdowns In 11 States

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There’s a chill in the air. You know – the good kind of chill that ushers in that wonderful season known as Fall. It’s a time for sweaters, falling leaves and of course, football. While the college and pro games garner most of the attention, there’s something special about high school football that brings neighbors, small towns… Read more »

Getting Our Hands Dirty To Make A YMCA Playground Beautiful

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Fifteen minutes – that’s all it took to sign up 30 Time Warner Cable volunteers to help beautify a playground in Charlotte, N.C. The volunteers spent a hot-summer day planting flowers and bushes on a playground at the Stratford Richardson YMCA in the heart of the city’s west corridor. TWC Senior Producer, Andy Benton was there as well and captured the… Read more »

Cable Show: Three TWC Employees Named Cable Pioneers

To be named a “pioneer” is more than just a badge of honor. It’s also recognition of the tremendous impact a person has made on an industry or profession. Three Time Warner Cable employees, past and present, were honored Sunday night as cable pioneers for their spirit of innovation and leadership in the cable industry…. Read more »

TWC Staff Join Fellow Veterans for Southeast Valor Games

What’s a great way to celebrate our veterans? Honor their rich military contributions with a day of fierce and fun competitive spirit. That’s what Time Warner Cable employees did recently at the Southeast Valor Games. Created by the US Department of Veteran Affairs and organized in North Carolina by Bridge II Sports, the Valor Games… Read more »

Sports Pass Customers Get All-Access to Kasey Kahne and Gavin DeGraw

Nearly 400 lucky Time Warner Cable Sports Pass customers in the Carolinas got the chance to mingle with NASCAR driver Kasey Kahne and platinum recording artist Gavin DeGraw during a giant pre-race party for the May 18 All-Star Race at the Charlotte Motor Speedway. Fans at this exclusive customer appreciation event participated in a question-and-answer… Read more »

Calculated Sports: Ian Poulter on the Science of Golf

Professional golfer Ian Poulter doesn’t attribute his success wholly to athleticism, he also gives credit to the roles math and science play in the game. This week, we joined Poulter and members of a local Boys and Girls Club at the Carmel Country Club in Charlotte, North Carolina to learn about the science behind golf…. Read more »

Time Warner Cable Employees’ Holiday Giving Helps Thousands

Over the holiday season Time Warner Cable and its employees supported our favorite charities with donations of money, toys and time as part of the company’s “Holiday Hopes & Happenings,” and in the process, made 2012′s holidays a little brighter for thousands of people. Throughout the Northeastern U.S., Time Warner Cable partnered with Operation Tribute,… Read more »

Time Warner Cable and CAMM at the DNC in Charlotte

The Democratic National Convention has finally come to a close and it was fabulous for our company to be a part of the global stage. Despite the weather (thanks to the remnants of Hurricane Isaac – a truly non-partisan weather system), the DNC in Charlotte went really well. Charlotte is home to our largest corporate… Read more »

Technology Build-Out Fosters Business Connectivity, Innovation

This past July, CNBC released its America’s Top States For Doing Business, recognizing business prize innovation, nurturing new ideas and building the infrastructure to support them. While it may be surprising to some that the top state for innovation is New York, it’s not so surprising to me. Broadband access plays as critical a role… Read more »