Indiana Protects Internet Access with Senate Bill 80

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE July 22, 2015 CONTACT: Joni Hart 260-375-6458 Indiana Protects Internet Access with Senate Bill 80 INDIANAPOLIS (July 22, 2015) – The Indiana General Assembly took a major step this session in protecting consumers from Internet taxation with the passage of Senate Bill 80, the Indiana Internet Tax Freedom Act. SB 80 […]

Time Warner Cable Expanding Direct Sales Workforce in Evansville

Time Warner Cable is looking to hire more than 20 employees for full-time direct sales positions in the Evansville, IN market. “I am pleased that Time Warner Cable has chosen to expand and bring more career opportunities to our community,” said State Rep. Holli Sullivan. “Job creation is essential to economic development which is why […]

Comcast Offers Up To Six Months of Free Internet Service for Low-Income Families

ATLANTA (August 4, 2014) — Comcast today announced it will include up to six months of complimentary service for any new family that has not yet applied for Internet Essentials. Families who are approved for Internet Essentials between August 4th and September 20th, 2014 will receive up to six months of Internet service. Since 2011, […]

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Comcast Business to Award Cash and Services through Innovations 4 Entrepreneurs Program

Comcast Business and Inc. Magazine today launched “Innovations 4 Entrepreneurs,” a national competition that will award more than $600,000 in cash and services to aspiring entrepreneurs who are leveraging technology to enhance customer and employee experiences. Individual winners will have the opportunity to win $25,000 in cash, Comcast Business Internet and TV services for two […]

Mediacom Calls Excessive Retrans Demands “Pilfering”

Tue, 08/06/2013 – 1:19pm Brian Santo Mediacom, a company whose executives are not known for mincing words, threw its support behind Time Warner Cable, which is fighting CBS over the programmer’s demands for higher retransmission fees. Mediacom released a statement saying: “In the last two weeks alone, millions of consumers in over 50 markets stretching […]

Senate Commerce Voting on Wheeler FCC Nomination

By John Eggerton — Broadcasting & Cable, 7/30/2013 9:24:07 AM  The Senate Commerce Committee will vote on the nomination of Tom Wheeler for FCC chair at its executive session on Tuesday. He is expected to be approved, but a full Senate vote still awaits the White House’s selection of a Republican nominee to fill the […]

InCtrl: Teaching Digital Citizenship

  by Kat Stewart, JULY 25TH, 2013 Cable in the Classroom, the cable industry’s education foundation, has a long history of encouraging the safe, smart and effective use of technology in education. That approach continues today with the entry of a brand new initiative, InCtrl, a series of free, video-based lessons that teach digital citizenship. Digital citizenship empowers students […]

Bright House Networks Offers Cloud-Based Phone Solutions for Small-Mid Size Businesses

Orlando, Fla. (July 17, 2013) - Bright House Networks Business Solutions today announced the launch of Hosted Voice, a turn-key, cloud-based phone solution for small to mid-sized businesses. Hosted Voice features enterprise-level, productivity-boosting features, with all service, hardware, technology and ongoing support provided by Bright House Networks, in one all-inclusive monthly price. A facilities-based Voice Over Internet […]

Retransmission Fees Key as TV Industry Consolidates

The debate rages on as more consolidation in TV stations takes place. A TV station revenue source that barely existed a decade ago is triggering a slew of recent merger deals — and more heated words about its legacy. In 2008, “retransmission consent” fees — the money that TV stations receive from cable and satellite […]