Posts Categorized: Texas

Get a Sneak Peek at New Time Warner Cable News, NY1


  Time Warner Cable is updating and unifying the look, feel and brand for its news networks in markets across the United States. Here’s what that means: if you are Time Warner Cable customer, the onscreen graphics for the local news networks we own are about to change, and your news channel will change its… Read more »

TWC’s Free WiFi Expands Limits of The Austin City Limits Festival

Free WiFi Bus in Austin

Two weekends, eight stages and more than 130 bands made up this year’s Austin City Limits Music Festival in Zilker Park. The festival wrapped up this past weekend, and so did Time Warner Cable’s free WiFi. The free service was not only accessible to festival attendees, but it was also available to the entire city… Read more »

TWC & The Weather Channel Help Families Plan For Severe Weather


  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 To Provide Free WiFi To Austin City Limits Music Festival


Austin is known for its hot spots – from funky BBQ joints to iconic live music venues. Now Austin has even more hotspots to brag about. There are more than 900 TWC WiFi Hotspots up and running across the capitol city of Texas. And starting today through Oct. 13, access to these hotspots is free… Read more »

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


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 »

Texas Football Fans: We Are Adding Longhorn Network by Saturday’s Kickoff


The University of Texas’ student newspaper ran a story with this headline this week: Longhorn Network: No deals in sight with Comcast or Time Warner We think they’re really going to be pleased to run a follow-up story with a correction. Because as of right now, Time Warner Cable has a deal to carry the… Read more »

Free Antennas Get Good Reception From TWC Customers


We’ve been giving away antennas to help customers affected by the CBS and Journal Broadcast Group blackouts. In the past week alone, thousands of customers in New York, Los Angeles, Dallas and Milwaukee have visited our TWC Experience Stores to pick up a free antenna so they can watch their favorite programming. We talked to… Read more »

Broadcaster Blackouts Threaten All Cable and Satellite Companies

Remote Control

We’ve said it before, but it’s worth noting again. When it comes to broadcaster blackouts like the ones CBS and Journal Broadcast Group are currently inflicting on our customers, all pay-TV distributors face the same threat. According to the American Television Alliance, channel blackouts involving broadcasters are at an all-time high. The alliance also reports… Read more »

TWC Techs Find Cool Ways To Beat The Heat

Heat Tech

It’s hot – real hot. The blazing sun is beating down. It’s 100 degrees and the humidity is stifling. Yet, for thousands of Time Warner Cable service technicians, it’s all part of the job during the blistering summer months. Working in these conditions requires extra precautions to ensure that our service technicians remain safe and… Read more »

The Little Engineer That Could

Time Warner Cable’s partnership with the Boys & Girls Clubs of America continues to produce exciting results in the world of science, technology, engineering and math (STEM). As part of its Connect a Million Minds philanthropic initiative, TWC sponsored after-school robotics programs at 20 Boys & Girls Clubs across the country. We recently caught up with Sebastian… Read more »