Time Warner Cable started 2007 with high hopes: its integration of Adelphia Communications was moving apace, it was enjoying healthy subscriber increases; and it was going to be split off as a separate pubic company from parent Time Warner Inc.
While all of that did happen, the country’s second-largest cable company also encountered a few unexpected turns — including integration problems at the former Adelphia systems — and managed to not only weather the setbacks but reverse them before the year was out. That resilience, coupled with strong performance in the first half of this year, is why Time Warner Cable was selected as the 2008 Multichannel News Operator of the Year.
Read the Operator of the Year report in the Sept. 29 issue of Multichannel News or by clicking the story links below.
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