I’m just reminding everyone that if you look at the television business … TV viewing is up, time spent viewing is up, the number of channels and the quality is up…
The Emmy Award winning technology behind Start Over and Look Back are included in the new Whole House DVR currently available throughout the Dallas market.
The Greater Texas Chapter of Women in Cable Telecommunications (WICT) recently recognized cable industry leaders at the 2011 WICT Lone Star Awards dinner at the Westin Stonebriar in Frisco. “Our fourth annual Lone Star Awards once again highlighted that tremendously talented women and supportive industry partners and organizations are guiding Texas’ cable industry and moving it forward,” said WICT Greater Texas President Aimee Doane, vice president, operations, for Suddenlink West Region.
The Texas Cable Association (TCA) received the “All Star Partner Award” from Women in Cable and Telecommunications (WICT) Greater Texas at the organization’s recent fourth annual Lone Star Awards celebration at the Westin Stonebriar in Frisco, Texas.
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Are you one of the 4 million cable subscribers in Texas?! If yes, click here to find out what more about the programming in your area (including channel lineups, etc). Note your individual cable provider, subscription level, plus any additional premium channels you purchase separately determines the channels and services offered in your area. Learn more.
Time Warner Cable, in partnership with the Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS), today announced the launch of the Texas Most Wanted series in the Crime Stoppers category on Local On Demand channels.