Comcast Spends $110K on FCC Dinner That Was Totally Not Merger-Related

On the eve of the FCC's pending ruling on the Comcast/Time Warner merger, Commissioner Mignon Clyburn has taken some time to graciously accept an award at an annual industry dinner. A dinner that Comcast donated $110,000 to. And a dinner that they were definitely not using to sway the FCC's vote at all no sir not in… »8/13/14 11:36am8/13/14 11:36am

How New York Could Stop the Comcast-TWC Merger

This week, the world was reminded of just how awful Comcast can be, thanks to the recording of one appalling customer service call. But that flare-up was also a reminder of how many people could find themselves trapped in similar situations, with fewer ways out, if Comcast's merger with Time Warner Cable goes through.… »7/17/14 12:26pm7/17/14 12:26pm

How Comcast-TWC Will End Your All-You-Can Internet Buffet

There are broad, sweeping implications for the proposed merger of Comcast and Time Warner Cable. This is not one of them. This is a very specific, fine print change. But for TWC customers—and, eventually, the rest of us—it's going to be the single worst part of the deal. Welcome to broadband data caps! They're here to… »2/16/14 12:00pm2/16/14 12:00pm

Comcast Is Buying Time Warner Cable to Make Big Cable Even Worse

Time Warner Cable is getting swallowed by the only monster bigger than itself: Comcast. That means the biggest cable provider, Comcast, is buying the second biggest cable provider, Time Warner Cable, to form a ridiculously ginormous cable company that'll deliver unsatisfying service under one iron fist. We should all… »2/12/14 10:54pm2/12/14 10:54pm

CBS Is Blocking Time Warner Cable Users from Watching Shows on

Because we're all basically pawns when it comes to billion dollar companies fighting over dollars, CBS has just blocked Time Warner Cable customers from watching any video on Basically, if you're a TWC customer and head to, instead of CBS video, you'll see anti-Time Warner Cable ads. Classy. »8/02/13 7:22pm8/02/13 7:22pm

TWC Is Installing Another 1000 Free Wi-Fi Hotspots in Manhattan

We're not always the biggest fans of Time Warner Cable; it's unreliable, expensive, and they don't seem to care two hoots about improving it. But we applaud the company's plan to beef up the free Wi-Fi coverage it offers customers—especially in the congested airspace of New York. Beyond the 1700 hotspots already out… »6/27/13 10:24am6/27/13 10:24am