Charter Communications' deal to merge with Time Warner Cable comes after Comcast's bid crumbled under regulatory scrutiny. But Charter and TWC say that won't happen twice.
The company will sell customers to competing cable companies, including Charter Communications, which would become the second-largest cable provider in the country.
Netflix is the first company to publicly oppose the giant merger between Comcast and Time Warner Cable. That’s largely a function of having the most to gain -- and least to lose -- from blasting it.
So far, no big companies have opined on what they think of the massive cable merger -- but Sen. Al Franken wants to change that.
Commentary: A proposal by Federal Communications Commission Chairman Tom Wheeler calls for cable companies like Comcast to "unlock the set-top box." Unlocking isn't enough. The box should die, once and for all, and be replaced by apps.
How can one of the biggest mergers in the cable market ever be a good thing for consumers? CNET's Marguerite Reardon explains.
According to Sen. Patrick Leahy, the hearing will give the Senate Judiciary Committee a chance to discuss Net neutrality, among other issues.
Network programming is expected to resume on the cable giant's systems in New York, Los Angeles, and Dallas by 3 p.m. PT Monday.
A new app allows a Roku to function as a full-on cable box for Time Warner Cable subscribers.
Current Time Warner Cable customers can get 300 streaming-TV channels on recent Roku models at no extra charge.