By: Tara DeGeorges at 01:40 pm
By: Jay Gormley at 12:32 pm
How does a company, with its roots firmly planted in the cable, Internet and phone industry, find itself in the home management and security business? For starters, how about a good old fashioned opportunity?
By: Sarah Platt at 12:35 pm
Morning, noon and night, TWC’s employees are on the job, installing services and sometimes fixing outages with the help of the company’s fleet of bucket trucks.
Two of those bucket trucks came especially handy on a chilly and windy…
By: Matthew Tremblay at 04:40 pm
I remember watching the 1988 Summer Olympics as a kid lying on my parent’s living room floor in front of a large TV with an even larger antenna and fuzzy picture. What is almost as amazing as the athletic feats…
By: Matthew Tremblay at 03:21 pm
By: Matthew Tremblay at 12:43 pm
While it’s not unusual for TWC to add a new channel to its lineup, it’s not every day that we launch a brand new channel. Today, we are launching Disney Junior: The Channel, which is now available for…
By: Ryan Kelly at 02:52 pm
Yesterday, two of our Time Warner Cable team members took center stage at SXSW Interactive, participating in our panel “Building the Next Generation of Innovators.” The session highlighted how public institutions, non-profit entities and private companies…
By: Sarah Platt at 03:37 pm
An evergreen tree that once stood outside a Time Warner Cable Payment Center in Green Bay, Wisconsin is now the star of the legendary Lambeau Field throughout the holiday season! The 30-foot evergreen took center stage at Lambeau’s Festival of…
By: Stacy Zaja at 06:33 pm
On October 19, more than 30 Girl Scouts from throughout Wisconsin descended upon the Wisconsin State Capitol to connect with more than 30 Wisconsin state legislators’ minds to the wonders of Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM).
By: Sarah Platt at 08:15 pm
Recently, severe thunderstorms and tornadoes tore across the central and eastern United States. One storm hit the heart of our northeastern Wisconsin service area, causing millions of dollars in damage, destroying residences and businesses and razing power lines.