Posts Categorized: Content Delivery

TWC WiFi Turns Small Businesses Into Local Hotspots


The never-ending quest to keep customers happy is inspiring small businesses to think big. It’s no wonder that many of these businesses are turning to WiFi provided by Time Warner Cable Business Class to keep their customers coming back. Why WiFi? Because we live in a tech-savvy world where just about everyone wants to stay… Read more »

TWC Kicks Off Coverage Of The 35th Dr Pepper Dallas Cup


The Dr Pepper Dallas Cup is more than just the most prestigious international youth soccer tournament in the United States. It’s also a crystal soccer ball providing a sneak peek into the stars of the future. The tournament is celebrating its 35th year and has kickstarted the careers of such soccer greats as David Beckham, Wayne Rooney and Mexico’s most popular player, Chicharito. Once again, Time… Read more »

24-Hour Local News Channel Coming To San Antonio


With a population of nearly 1.4 million people, San Antonio has quickly become one of the nation’s largest cities. To help keep this thriving city informed, Time Warner Cable will launch a 24-hour local news channel on June 2, 2014. TWC’s round-the-clock coverage will feature live news, weather, sports and political programming geared to the… Read more »

What’s All The Hubbub About Hubs?

LA Hub

Time Warner Cable is making groundbreaking improvements that will provide customers with up to six times faster Internet speeds, a clearer TV picture, and more service choices. These enhancements will roll out first in Los Angeles and New York City – our two largest markets. Such an undertaking requires a tremendous amount of work behind the scenes at… Read more »

Afterschool Organizations Share Their #CAMMStory to Win Grant

Girl Scouts 2

When we launched Connect a Million Minds (CAMM) in 2009, we created a “Share Wall,” a digital scrapbook of sorts where parents, teachers, TWC customers and others could document how they were helping connect young people to science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) opportunities in their area.  Now in the fifth year of our initiative… Read more »

Fans Find Blue Heaven In New Dodgers Network


The launch of the new Dodgers Network may have fans feeling a bit blue – and that’s just fine with them. SportsNet LA is up and running with around-the-clock coverage of everything that is Dodger baseball. The new regional sports network will televise more than 160 Dodger games as well as pre and post-game shows. And since… Read more »

TWC is Rockin’, Chalkin’, and Talkin’ Kansas Jayhawk Sports


It’s that time of year again – time for college basketball madness. As another NCAA tournament approaches, Time Warner Cable SportsChannel in Kansas City has an eye and ear on the Kansas Jayhawks. TWC recently formed a partnership with the University of Kansas to produce 300 hours of original Jayhawk programming each year for the next five years. And while… Read more »

TWC’s Marcus on Comcast Merger: We Remain Committed to Providing Great Customer Experiences


Last week we announced an agreement to merge with Comcast Corporation. This is a historic time, and I’m excited about the tremendous benefits this merger will bring to consumers. Comcast and Time Warner Cable have been behind all of the cable industry’s most important innovations – high-speed Internet, DVRs and Video On Demand, to name… Read more »

Yeah, Yeah, Yeah – TWC News Remembers The Beatles

The Beatles Arrive In The U.S.

It’s hard to believe that 50 years have passed since the Fab Four first invaded America and changed music history forever. Time Warner Cable News NY1 is commemorating the 50th anniversary of the Beatles’ first trip to the U.S. with a series of special reports entitled The Beatles Yesterday and Today.  The reports will air all this week at… Read more »

WiFi Expansion Faces Spectrum Crunch

WiFi Receiver

In October, Time Warner Cable’s Research Program on Digital Communications was proud to release Solving the Spectrum Crunch by Michael Calabrese, Director of the Wireless Future Project at the New America Foundation. The paper focused on a looming problem in our nation’s telecommunications policy; the ever increasing demand for licensed and unlicensed spectrum. Wireless communication signals travel over radio frequencies, also known… Read more »