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Two of the largest cable companies in Southern California may merge into one, which may mean big news for Dodger fans who have been locked out of watching games on television.
Minutes before the highly-anticipated fight between Manny Pacquiao and Floyd Mayweather Jr. was set to get underway in Las Vegas, viewers were stunned to discover technical difficulties instead.
Comcast is dropping its $45 billion bid for Time Warner Cable after heavy regulatory pushback.
It looks like Dodger fans may be left out watching the Blue Crew and Vin Scully for at least one more season after the merger between Time Warner and Comcast is reportedly set to break off.
We take a look at some of the top moments Dodger fans missed in 2014 due to a lack of a deal in broadcasting games.
With the new year comes fee hikes of as much as 30 percent for Time Warner Cable customers.
Time Warner Cable announced Monday it has agreed to broadcast the final week of Los Angeles Dodgers games on KDOC.
Dodgers president and CEO Stan Kasten supported the call Tuesday night for an arbitrator to help resolve the ongoing broadcast dispute between Time Warner Cable and other carriers, which has prohibited 70 percent of residents from watching games on TV in 2014.
Time Warner Cable is willing to allow an arbitrator help resolve it’s dispute with DirecTV and other carriers over who can air Dodger games on television.
LOS ANGELES (CBSLA.com/AP) — Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti chided Time Warner Cable at an industry gathering Tuesday for not reaching deals with other TV providers so all fans of the Dodgers could watch the […]
Comcast announced on Monday a series of subscriber swaps designed to help clear the way for regulatory approval of its acquisition of Time Warner Cable. The reorganization of the nation’s cable grid will give Comcast a stronghold in major cities like New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, Dallas and Boston.
City Attorney Mike Feuer Friday announced a $10 million lawsuit against Time Warner Cable, alleging the media company refused to pay fees.
Comcast Corp. has agreed to buy Time Warner Cable Inc. for $45.2 billion in stock, or $158.82 per share, the company confirmed Thursday.
Some customers of Time Warner Cable were calling Monday for the company to credit their account after a service interruption prevented them from watching part of Super Bowl XLVIII.
A Time Warner Cable outage inevitably ruined many Super Bowl viewing parties in Southern California Sunday evening.