CHCI announced today that Charter Communications will significantly support its mission to develop the next generation of Latino leaders. “We want to congratulate Charter on its successful merger with Time Warner Cable,” said Cristina Antelo, CHCI Interim President and CEO. “And we greatly appreciate its strong support of our mission. We look forward to working… read more
We are proud that Charter has become the fastest growing cable company in the U.S. by applying a core strategy of delivering superior broadband and video at highly competitive prices, along with high quality customer service. Our objective continues to be to grow our business by increasing the number of customers we serve and extending… read more
Originally Appeared In Telegram.com May 22, 2016 WORCESTER — More than 40 Charter Communications volunteers were scheduled to take part in Charter our Community May 21 in Worcester. The national initiative seeks to improve 25,000 homes in the Charter footprint by 2020. In Worcester, Charter and Rebuilding Together’s Worcester affiliate aimed to rebuild two homes.… read more
Originally Appeared In Mlive May 20, 2016 MUSKEGON, MI – Carol Wilson hasn’t worked in a “long time,” but after her husband died and her car was stolen, the disabled veteran was forced to seek employment again. Wilson was honorably discharged from the U.S. Navy after becoming a victim of an outbreak of spiral meningitis that… read more
The key thing about the Charter deal is it’s all Internet companies that benefit — us, Hulu, Amazon, HBO Now — so that we can all compete for consumers’ affection.
Founder and CEO - Netflix
Babyfirst supports the merger of Charter Communications and Time Warner Cable because both companies have demonstrated a true commitment to diverse, independent and quality programming for children and their parents, and we look forward to their continued support of our growth.
Co-Founder - BabyFirst TV
We support Charter Communications’ pending transactions with Time Warner Cable and Bright House Networks. Charter has long been a strong supporter of minority-owned networks like Bounce TV and we believe that these transactions are in the public interest and will be beneficial to Bounce TV viewers, African Americans and all ethnicities. We are thrilled that New Charter will make the offerings of Time Warner Cable and Bright House more diverse and richer for the more than 14 million African-American television households in the United States that are grossly underserved on television.
Ambassador Andrew Young
Co-Founder - Bounce TV