Last week, I was lucky enough to attend the annual Association of Cable Communicators (ACC) national conference. This year's FORUM was entitled Innovation and Disruption: Telling Cable's Story in Times of Change, and was held June 3-5 in Silver Springs, Maryland.
Time Warner Cable Teams Up With After School All-Stars in South Los Angeles
So, why is Science so important? We ask ourselves, but first we have to understand the concept that a basic human motivator is to try to understand WHY. Why did something happen? How does something work? Curiosity about the world around us, about what makes it and us TICK is at the foundation of invention, of creativity. Today’s students are tomorrow’s leaders. At Time Warner Cable (TWC) it is our goal to motivate students to develop the STEM skills they need to become the problem solvers of tomorrow.
Employees Get Out in Communities To Make A Green Difference
By Stacy Zaja, Director, Corporate Social Responsibility
Here at Time Warner Cable (TWC), I lead our enterprise-wide “Green Teams,” overseeing 15 employee groups that help the company raise environmental awareness, create operational efficiencies, and support local environmental organizations. During the month of April we celebrated our one-year anniversary of the Green Teams with an Earth Month celebration. Our Green Teams led the way with activities for employees in their local offices including:
Time Warner Cable's technical operations and construction teams used a drone to carry a vital fiber-optic line across a bridge that had been washed away by flood waters in San Marcos, Texas. This wasn't just any line: it was the main connection to Internet, video and cell tower service for more than 20,000 of our customers. Basically, it was difficult, if not impossible for these customers to stay connected to information and loved ones while the line was down. The crews had to get the line up - and fast.
National Survey of Small Business Owners Reveals Biggest Technology Challenges and Trends Facing One of the Most Important Segments of American Business
NEW YORK, May 4, 2015 /3BL Media/ – Time Warner Cable Business Class (TWCBC) today announced the results from their second annual small business technology survey in conjunction with the kickoff of National Small Business Week. Through this survey, TWCBC has continued its long history of helping small businesses understand and meet the challenges that they face in growing their business, staying competitive in their local markets and understanding new technologies that meet the increasing demands of today’s consumer.
New York, April 29, 2015 /3BL Media/– Time Warner Cable today announced that all calls placed by its Home Phone and Business Services customers to landline and mobile numbers in Nepal will be free through May 25, 2015, and is retroactive for all calls placed since April 25.
Time Warner Cable Shares Business Acumen with Non Profit Partners
By Milinda Martin
As Vice President of Community Investment for Time Warner Cable, I am often questioned on what that term means: community investment. In my 20 years of strategic philanthropy at various Fortune 500 corporations, I have evolved my own thinking, as the industry has changed.
TWC Makes It Possible for 12-Year Old Inventor Mackenzie Dix to Meet the President
Water shortages. Agricultural stability. Affordable technology. Inventors strive every day to identify problems like these and to solve them elegantly. But who really has the solutions to these problems? The answer may not come from a world-renowned laboratory, but from a middle school student living next door to you.
High Schoolers Rewarded for Both Sports and Academics
At Time Warner Cable, we understand how important high school sports are to our customers, and in turn, local sports provide us an avenue to make a stronger connection to each community we serve. We operate seven regional sports channels across our footprint that are exclusive to our customers, and through these channels we focus on content like high schools sports that fans cannot find anywhere else on TV. Because of this connection, high school sports also give us a platform to give back to the local schools we promote through programming.