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New Facility Offers Capacity for More Bilingual Positions SAN ANTONIO – Spectrum will bring at least 200 new jobs to San Antonio with the grand opening of its new Customer Operations Call Center in the city’s Westover Hills area. Spectrum now occupies more than 50,000 square feet on the second floor of the One51 Office… read more


Unlike the companies mentioned in this recent WSJ article, Charter Communications plans to add 20,000 employees to our more than 90,000 employees located across the 41 states we serve. That’s 20,000 more good American jobs, returning from overseas and placed right in the communities we serve, like Kettering, Ohio and Appleton, WI.  Moreover, Charter’s workforce reflects… read more


Oct 4, 2016 by Molly Armbrister and Greg Avery  Charter Communications Inc. will lease 306,000 square feet in the third and final phase of Village Center Station in Greenwood Village, and the company said it plans to add 800 jobs in the area. Charter’s lease kicks off development of the 12-story tower, which will be 100 percent… read more


In May of this year, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) unveiled a proposed framework for regulating the rates of “business data services” (BDS), a [$25] billion-dollar-per-year market of high-capacity data and voice connections used by businesses and consumers across the country. Regulating this market in general is nothing new. Early on, telephone companies had a… read more

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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.

Sharon Rechter
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