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Time Warner Cable, Comcast, Cox drive cable MSO Ethernet trend, says VSG

Time Warner Cable continues to remain the top cable MSO providing Ethernet services to small to medium business (SMB) and large business customers, according to Vertical Systems Group's 2014 Cable MSO Ethernet Leaderboard.

Bright House confirms Charter talks; potential deal yields strong investor reaction

The Wall Street community reacted well to a report that Charter Communications is in talks to buy Bright House Networks, with Charter's stock ending Thursday trading on the Nasdaq up nearly 6 percent.

GVTC complements fiber reach with satellite service; Verizon introduces new IoT portal

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Charter and Comcast: Illustrating two very different approaches to the program-guide challenge

It is now imperative for pay-TV operators to offer their customers slick user interfaces that intuitively help them search and surface programming among a vast selection of content choices that is becoming increasingly atomized.

Sizing up Comcast and Charter's user guide approaches

Comcast and Charter have been actively rolling out new cloud-based user guides for their users, but their approaches vary widely.

Level 3's Georgia expansion challenges AT&T, adds 300 on-net buildings

Level 3 is moving to up the ante with competitors like AT&T by expanding its local fiber and on-net building footprint in Alpharetta, Ga., one of the Atlanta metro area's key technology hubs.

Charter CEO Rutledge endorses Comcast-TWC deal, calls it 'dynamically positive' for customers

Comcast's pending $45.2 billion acquisition of Time Warner Cable was prevalent in nearly every conversation at The Cable Show, including the opening session where four of the industry's top executives weighed in on the deal.    

Charter loses video subscribers, sees Internet gains

Charter Communications lost about 66,000 video subscribers year-over-year in the first quarter and gained about 353,000 broadband subscribers during the same time period, according to a company earnings report.

It's official: Comcast, Charter to swap subs, spin off a new business

Comcast and Charter Communications have made official what's been reported for weeks. As part of Comcast's attempt to acquire Time Warner Cable for $45.2 billion, it's divesting subscribers, consolidating regional operating areas and creating a new publicly traded company, SpinCo, in cooperation with Charter.

Comcast, Time Warner Cable reportedly discuss selling subscribers to Charter

Comcast and Time Warner Cable have reportedly entered talks to determine how to sell off up to 5 million subscribers to Charter Communications. The selloff is worth potentially $20 billion or more, based on recent valuations.