Charter Communications' proposed $10.4 billion purchase of Bright House Networks augments its position in the business services market, which is currently dominated by Comcast and Time Warner Cable. With the deal, and its associated Ethernet footprint that includes 18,000 miles of fiber, Charter increases its scale across business services in a number of key vertical industry segments, including healthcare, hospitality, government and education.
Charter Communications is increasing its stake in the business services market by purchasing Orlando, Fla.-based Bright House Networks for $10.4 billion, a deal that will help it better compete against business rivals Comcast, Cox and Time Warner Cable.
Could pay-TV's most truculent carriage impasse finally break open by Major League Baseball's Opening Day? TWC is reportedly "actively pursuing" a deal to expand coverage of its Dodgers channel, SportsNet LA.
Cable operators are in an interesting position to drive new competition in the wholesale special access market, giving CLECs the ability to connect their multi-site business customers in areas where they can't economically reach with their own facilities today.
Delays, delays, nothing but delays... With the FCC once again suspending its regulatory review process, Comcast once more pushed back its expected close of its proposed $45.2 billion purchase of Time Warner Cable.
Time Warner Cable denied reports that it plans to take a $1 billion write-down on its Dodgers-based regional sports network, TWC SportsNet LA, saying--confusingly--it doesn't even own an asset relating to the Los Angeles-based Major League Baseball franchise.
Time Warner Cable significantly over-valued regional sports network TWC SportsNet LA and will have to write down a loss of nearly $1 billion in order to close its merger with Comcast.
A new report quashes rumors that Time Warner Cable has moved closer to reaching carriage deals in Southern California for its Dodgers-focused regional sports network, SportsNet LA.
Time Warner Cable remains the top cable MSO providing Ethernet services to small to medium businesses and large business customers, according to Vertical Systems Group's 2014 Cable MSO Ethernet Leaderboard.
For the second time, the FCC is pausing its 180-day "shot clock" for its regulatory reviews of this year's two mega mergers of Comcast and Time Warner Cable, and AT&T and DirecTV.