Rob Marcus, set to become Time Warner Cable's CEO at the start of the new year, has tapped Dinni Jain, former president of cable operator Insight Communications, as chief operating officer. Jain's…
Time Warner Cable Sports Net
AT&T and Pac-12 Conference reached a deal Saturday under which the telco will carry three Pac-12 television networks and will become the exclusive wireless provider for the conference's athletic…
CBS now has a blacker eye among some viewers, as the contract dispute with Time Warner Cable -- which has left its stations dark for more than 3 million cable subscribers -- stretches into its third…
While the ancestors for those channels, Speed and Fuel, had existing agreements with the distributors, terms had to be renegotiated given the higher profiles that FS1 and FS2 will have nationally.
Sports fans, get ready to shell out more coin to watch your fave teams skirmish on TV. Not a sports nut? Well, you're going to pay more, too, if you want to get traditional television service from a…
Time Warner Cable will extend credits to Showtime subscribers after the operator dropped the net Friday as part of the MSO's contract battle with premium cabler's parent CBS, but it will not credit…
Time Warner Cable Sports Net has reportedly discussed giving Dwight Howard his own TV show if he re-signs with the Los Angeles Lakers. Why stop there?
What otherwise would come as a shock to basketball fans next year might amount to little more than a ripple: College hoops' crown jewel, the Final Four, is poised to land on cable.
SportsNet LA, controlled by the Los Angeles Dodgers ownership group and distributed by Time Warner Cable, will launch in 2014 as the baseball team's new cable home, officially confirming what had…
By partnering to launch a new regional cable network in an overflowing market rather than making a straightforward rights deal, the Los Angeles Dodgers and Time Warner Cable have doubled down on…
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