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- A La Carte Television's Bland Outlook. Umstead, R. Thomas // Multichannel News;12/19/2005, Vol. 26 Issue 53, p20
The article presents an opinion on the sale of cable television programming a la carte in the U.S. Cable companies, including Time Warner Cable, exert efforts to address the campaign of the U.S. Federal Communications Commission against indecent programming. However, the effect of a la carte...
- Time Warner Shuffle. // CableFAX Daily;4/3/2006, Vol. 17 Issue 63, p2
Reports that Time Warner Cable Inc. has officially launched its 15-channel family tier in the U.S.
- Family plan: Cablers' tiers of fears. Dempsey, John // Variety;12/19/2005, Vol. 401 Issue 5, p23
The article reports on the issues associated with the proposed family-friendly programming tiers in the U.S. Details about the Family Choice Tier crated by Time Warner Cable are given. The potential consequences of the rush by cable operators to create family tiers are addressed. The involvement...
- DO DILIGENCE. Haugsted, Linda // Multichannel News;4/23/2007, Vol. 28 Issue 17, p10
The article discusses the lessons that cable operators can learn from Time Warner Cable's attempts to swiftly deliver advanced services to as many former Adelphia and Comcast customers in Los Angeles, California. In August 2006, Time Warner acquired the systems which serve 1.6 million...
- Just like homemade. Reveron, Derek // Latin Trade (English);Feb99, Vol. 7 Issue 2, p66
Reports on the efforts of Miami, Florida-based pay television networks serving the Latin American market to transmit original programming. Factors for the congregation of Latin American cable companies to Miami; Programming improvements by GEMS, CTG, Discovery Networks Latin America/Iberia and...
- Cable Ã la carte: Pay per channel. // Consumer Reports;Jun2004, Vol. 69 Issue 6, p61
Asserts that television cable companies are price-gouging and underserving consumers in the U.S. Annual increases of cable television service payments experienced by cable consumers; Suggested solution to the problem; Views of the Consumers Union.
- Dutch lead European cable penetration. // Advertising Age;4/27/1992, Vol. 63 Issue 17, pI-36
The article presents a graph highlighting the percentage of European television households that are subscribing to cable. The graph shows that Netherlands is the number one country in terms of the number of households with cable television subscription.
- More programs, less grammar. // B&T Weekly;10/29/2004, Vol. 54 Issue 2495, p32
Reports on the new schedule for Australia's female-oriented pay television channel W.
- `We Don't Have to Care, We're the Cable Company.' Aufderheide, Pat // Progressive;Jan91, Vol. 55 Issue 1, p28
The article considers care and concern abuses within the U.S. cable industry. Cable looks like a luxury compared with broadcast television, but not to the residents of Madelia, Minnesota, a rural community where the only signals that come in clearly come through cable wires, And not to residents...