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BottomBounce BottomBounce 2 years ago
Family of Texas Grandmother Killed by Cable Man Suing the Company $TWC
jbkfina jbkfina 9 years ago
Big drop fite nite fallout
KingDMC KingDMC 9 years ago
Spiking on possible charter comm buyout...
stocktrademan stocktrademan 9 years ago
$TWC DD Notes ~

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$TWC recent news/filings

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Fri, 26 Dec 2014 21:14:44 GMT ~ M&A Activity: Will Mega Deals Continue in 2015?

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Fri, 26 Dec 2014 20:06:02 GMT ~ The Mega Deals to Watch in 2015

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Wed, 24 Dec 2014 19:40:11 GMT ~ Google Fiber in 2015? Where things stand in the Triangle with Google, AT&T, Time Warner Cable, RST Fiber

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Wed, 24 Dec 2014 17:05:12 GMT ~ Pay television's crazy year: You haven't seen anything yet

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Wed, 24 Dec 2014 14:28:00 GMT ~ Republican, Democrat Deal On Net Neutrality Doable?

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Ticker: $TWC
OTC Market Place: Not Available
CIK code: 0001377013
Company name: Time Warner Cable, Inc.
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Incorporated In: DE, USA

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$TWC DD Notes ~
BigBankStory BigBankStory 9 years ago
Big things happening
Equities3 Equities3 10 years ago
Netflix Inc. (NFLX) released earnings after the bell on April 21, and the results were exceptional, showing a rise in subscription numbers, revenue, and earnings. Concomitantly, the popular video streaming platform came out against the proposed $45.2 billion merger of telecom giants Comcast (CMCSA) and Time Warner (TWC), saying such an endeavor β€œwould possess even more anti-competitive leverage to charge arbitrary interconnection tolls for access to their customers.”
UpTickMeA$AP UpTickMeA$AP 10 years ago
$159 pps. buy it comcast
tre55 tre55 10 years ago
People demanding their money back in cali
tre55 tre55 10 years ago
Twc... Fumbled
adeezl adeezl 10 years ago
Dumped this 132.50, i'm all out of TWC nice trade on consolidation of cable
adeezl adeezl 11 years ago
loaded another 100 @ 116.98

adeezl adeezl 11 years ago
Time to load the boat TWC charter wants this one... buyout rumors of 140+/share for TWC

I got 300 at 117.24
TerribleTwit TerribleTwit 11 years ago
Don't matter much now does it ? KABOOM !
rock lili rock lili 12 years ago

Time Warner Fails to Hit a Deal with MSG; No more MSG Sports for New York Cable...................Members of Time Warner Cable (NYSE:TWC) opened up their eyes on New Year’s morning and found out that the sports channels MSG Network and MSG+ were not present on their cable TV listings.

The New York cable firm stated that fans might miss games including the New York Knicks, Rangers and Islanders; the Buffalo Sabres; and New Jersey Devils. That’s all due to its failure to hit a deal with the MSG networks parent, Madison Square Garden Co. (NASDAQ:MSG)

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DUKES BOY DUKES BOY 13 years ago
anyone have the new price sheet for 2011
DUKES BOY DUKES BOY 13 years ago
how many longs do we got here?
DUKES BOY DUKES BOY 13 years ago
just wait and see whats coming this year
DUKES BOY DUKES BOY 13 years ago
all will get better ....
TomSawyer TomSawyer 13 years ago
Found a solution! A good way to go from $145/month to $7.99/month!


Article from Yahoo!

First Person: How We Cut the Cord and Now Enjoy (Almost) Free TV

Tuesday January 18, 2011, 2:45 pm EST

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We cut the cord after our local cable provider, Time-Warner, raised our rates to over $90 a month for our cable television service alone. We have one HDTV and were subscribed to the basic cable service, with a digital box. We also subscribed to what they called their "Variety" tier, which included A & E, BBC America, Discovery Channel and the other basic cable channels. We did not get HBO or any premium channels and there were many other basic channels not even included in their Variety tier. In addition, we were charged $10 a month for the rental of the DVR unit and another $10 a month for the ten or so HD channels they offered. The package was originally offered at about $50 a month, but promotional discounts were eliminated or expired and the rate climbed to over $90 for that same service level.

After cutting the cord, stopping the service and returning the devices, we needed to initially connect our computer to the TV. We use a PC and bought a converter box called PCtoTV from a company called Kworld as well as a VGA signal splitter. Now we take the VGA signal from the PC into the splitter, with one feed going to our desktop monitor, and the other VGA feed going to the converter. The device converts the signal to S-VIDEO, which we then connect to an input on our TV. Audio comes from the computer speakers, but can also be fed to the TV. Everything looks and sounds great, but we cannot watch in true HD.

Newer TVs have web connections built in, allowing direct hook up of your Ethernet or even wireless connection. Many other devices will also connect the Internet to your TV, such as some blu-ray DVD players and video game systems like Nintendo Wii, Sony PS3 and Microsoft XBox. We just received a Logitech Revue with Google TV set top box as a gift from our son. This allows us to watch Netflix streaming video and any other web content on our TV. The device is more open than other set-top boxes, as it allows you to view any website on your HDTV. NOw we don't need to use our computer, we use this wonderful device.

To get the local channels, we bought a $15. digital TV antenna, as our TV already has a digital converter built in. This allows us to watch the local Los Angeles channels, in HD. These look even better than cable or satellite, as those companies compress the signal for transmission, the HD over the air is not compressed. This is great for sports games, which look amazing. There are also multiple feeds for the new digital TV channels, for example our NBC affiliate has a the regular NBC feed, a second channel carrying only local content and a third channel with static news, weather and traffic graphics.

We watch for many current, network shows, also and stream full episodes. also has a great selection of feature films and documentaries from National Geographic and PBS too. We like for their great documentaries and shows like "Antiques Roadshow" and "American Experience". has a Hulu Plus upgraded plan for $7.99 a month, giving access to even more archived shows and the ability to watch shows in HD. Hulu Plus also grants access to mobile and set-top devices, like ours. They offer a one week free trial, so we may check it out.

All of these methods rely on a good high speed Internet connection as the backbone. We are lucky that AT & T is offering a promotion in our area in Los Angeles for $19.99 a month for their "pro" level U-Verse DSL service rated at 6 megs download speed, the minimum speed you need to really watch video content.

So instead of paying $90 a month to Time-Warner, we are paying $7.99 a month just for Netflix, and all the other programming we watch is free. We also pay for the Internet access, but use that for other things beyond just watching video, and save a lot each and every month.
TomSawyer TomSawyer 13 years ago
Price Increases!! Arg! 2011 Annual Product Pricing Guide

I'm located in the San Fernando Valley, CA. Today (yes on New Years Eve) we received a letter from Time Warner that they are raising their prices for EVERYTHING. Service, hardware, etc. For example Standard Road Runner is $2 more per month. Digital Cable an extra $2. Our digital box an extra $1. etc. etc.

Point is it all adds up to an already expensive service. My bill is already at $145 per month. I don't want to pay more, expecially when my service and bandwitdh sucks. We get choppy picture, and my Turbo Boost/Power Burst is not even noticable (nor measurable).

Time Warner should stop focusing on adding more uneeded features.. and instead focus on delivering a quality product at a lower price! The lack of bandwitdh is destroying them.

Why bitch right? I guess it's time to find a solution to replace my Time Warner.


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