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New York regulators have approved a settlement with Charter Communications resolving a dispute over rural broadband. The state's Public Service Commission endorsed the deal Thursday.

The New York State Public Service Commission has laid down the law to Charter Communications - the parent company of Spectrum - in a scathing order, for failing to meet the terms set when Charter acquired Time Warner Cable in 2016.

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New York's attorney general has filed a lawsuit against Charter Communications - the parent company of the former Time Warner Cable - alleging the cable and internet provider failed to deliver on promised internet speeds and reliability at least since 2012.

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How will Charter Communications purchase agreement of Time Warner Cable this week impact customers? One business expert believes consumers may see some improvements regarding their technology, but not with their bills.

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A major deal has been announced in the American cable and broadcasting business.

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In a letter to customers last week, Time Warner Cable announced rate hikes of up to $9 a month, attributing some of the increase to higher sports programming costs and local broadcast fees. Residents and elected officials are reacting negatively to the news.

Public meeting on cable merger set for Monday

Jun 16, 2014

The public gets a chance to offer its thoughts Monday evening on the proposed merger of Comcast and Time Warner Cable.

Rates are going up for Time Warner Cable TV and Internet subscribers, with an average increase of 6.4 percent.

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Following news of its intention to purchase Time Warner Cable, Comcast says it will preserve all roughly 1,000 jobs in Western New York and move forward with a planned call center in the City of Buffalo.

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Senator Mark Grisanti is calling the electronics recycling event he sponsored a success.

NFL Network coming to Time Warner Cable

Sep 21, 2012

Time Warner Cable and the National Football League  reached an agreement Friday that will allow the cable giant to carry the league-owned NFL Network and its affiliated RedZone channel. 

The NFL Network will be available to Time Warner digital subscribers, starting this Sunday.  It will be carried in the Buffalo area on Channel 187, while the HD signal will be on Channel 1086. 

The Red Zone Channel, which switches to various games on Sundays when teams enter their opponents' 20 yard line, will be available to Sports Pass subscribers who pay an extra $6 a month. 

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Time Warner Cable customers may find themselves missing the rest of Buffalo's hockey season on television.

Fans have already missed most of the Sabres' season due to a dispute over a price increase demanded by the Madison Square Garden Network, or MSG. Network President Michael Bair reports that no end to the dispute appears to be imminent, and with just 27 games left in the Sabres' regular season, cable subscribers could be without the remaining games.

The contractual stalemate is affecting fans of professional sports teams from the New York City region as well.