TWC Adds Speech Recognition to Call Line
- TW gives prepayers rate break. Brown, Rich // Broadcasting & Cable;1/8/96, Vol. 126 Issue 2, p56
Reports on the plans of Time Warner Cable to give its New York City, New York cable subscribers a chance to avoid 1996 rate hikes. Prepayment for 12 months of service; Other terms of the deal; Responses from interested subscribers; Long-term commitment from the subscriber; Rate hike.
- Southwestern Cable bulks up. Dickson, Glen // Broadcasting & Cable;1/8/96, Vol. 126 Issue 2, p62
Reports on Time Warner Cable system's Southwestern Cable's completion of a five million dollar rebuild of its headend and network operations center in San Diego, California. Increase in programming capacity; System design and integration; Other equipment in the operations center; Focus on...
- RoadRunner revs up for '97. Levine, Shira // Telephony;01/13/97, Vol. 232 Issue 2, p8
Reports on Time Warner Cable's plan to make its RoadRunner cable modem service available to about 4.5 million subscribers in 14 markets in the United States. Availability of the service to about 600,000 homes in Ohio, New York, Maine and California; Company's caching of the service contents to...
- Road Runner to race in two new cities. // Telephony;03/03/97, Vol. 232 Issue 9, p122
Reports on Time Warner Cable Inc.'s plan to launch its Road Runner cable modem service in Albany, New York and Columbus, Ohio in summer 1997.
- YNN. // Business Journal (Central New York);10/28/2011 25 Years Supplement, p8
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- Time warner: 14 networks make it in NYC. McConville, Jim // Electronic Media;08/25/97, Vol. 16 Issue 35, p3
Provides information on the cost of the networks Time Warner Cable will add to its New York cable system in fall 1997. Number of subscribers in lower Manhattan and Queens; Listing of some of the networks; Comments from Barry Rosenblum, president of Time Warner Cable New York.
- Time Warner suit. // Crain's New York Business;11/04/96, Vol. 12 Issue 45, p54
Reports on a request of Time Warner that a federal judge block New York City from airing two competing 24-hour news channels over the company's cable television system. Accusations from the Cable News Network that the city was misusing the channels.
- News on demand for US West in Omaha. Berniker, Mark // Broadcasting & Cable;1/2/95, Vol. 125 Issue 1, p38
Reports that Time Warner Cable will launch the cable network The News Exchange in 1996. Nature of The News Exchange; The News Exchange in a personal computer; Interview with Walter Isaacson, editor of new media for Time Inc.; The News Exchange's creation of a totally tailored news product.
- TW adding to NYC lineup. R.B. // Broadcasting & Cable;01/06/97, Vol. 127 Issue 1, p136
Reports on Time Warner Cable Inc.'s plan to offer a dozen additional networks to its subscribers in New York City using 100 megaHertz of increased bandwidth.