Whether it's the emergence of new OTT video players, 4K or the FCC's "Unlock the Box" proposal, it's clear that cable industry manufacturer and services segment is facing a challenging yet innovative period.
With FCC Commissioners set to vote on Charter Communications' takeover of Time Warner Cable and Bright House Networks, opposition group Stop Mega Cable has made an 11th-hour plea with the agency to impose more conditions on the deals.
FairPoint Communications isn't afraid of Charter Communications' pending acquisition of Time Warner Cable, a cable MSO that overlaps with the telco in a number of Northern New England states and other territories.
Having had a chance to review the conditions agreed to by Charter Communications in exchange for FCC approval of its Time Warner Cable and Bright House Networks purchases, media investment analyst Craig Moffett has deemed them livable.
Charter Communications expects to finally close its acquisitions of Time Warner Cable and Bright House Networks "within a few days" of the California Public Utilities Commission's May 12 approval vote of the deals.
FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler has submitted an order to the agency's five-person commission formally recommending Charter Communications' purchases of Time Warner Cable and Bright House Networks.
Looking to strengthen its recently rebranded multiunit dwelling (MDU) installation business, Charter Communications (NASDAQ: CHTR) has paid undisclosed sum to acquire Raleigh, N.C. based Clearview...
Charter Communications has purchased Clearview Networks, a Raleigh, N.C.-based company that surveys, designs, installs and supports managed Wi-Fi services for the multi-dwelling units (MDU), student housing and hospitality markets across the U.S.
A California judge has recommended that the state's Public Utilities Commission approve Charter Communications' takeover bid of Time Warner Cable.
Charter Communications President and CEO Tom Rutledge met with FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler for the second time in a month on April 6, ironing out the company's concessions to what many investors believe is the agency's imminent approval of the MSO's mergers with Time Warner Cable and Bright House Networks.