Charter customers can now enjoy ESPN’s Spanish-language and 24/7 news and information sports networks on their computers, smartphones, tablets, Xbox and Apple TV.
Press Releases – Members
With channel additions in multiple cities and new online access, Charter is giving the eyes of Texas more ways than ever to enjoy University of Texas Longhorn sports. Beginning Aug. 27, Charter customers in three Texas communities – Duncanville, Rockwall and Spring – will find the Longhorn Network (LHN) in standard definition (SD) on channel 299 and high definition (HD) on channel 801 of their Charter channel lineup.
Running, volleyball, basketball, softball, Frisbee golf and a tug of war highlight the final, most visible phase of the Amarillo Family YMCA-Suddenlink Corporate Cup challenge in Amarillo Aug. 5-17.
Suddenlink today announced it has begun offering its new High-Speed Internet 50.0 service in Athens, featuring a download speed up to 50 Megabits per second (Mbps), the fastest residential Internet service in the community.
Suddenlink today announced it has begun offering its new High-Speed Internet 50.0 service in Henderson, featuring a download speed up to 50 Megabits per second (Mbps), the fastest residential Internet service in the community.
Suddenlink today announced that it has named Lauren Walker Director of Operations for Amarillo, Canyon and Tulia, Texas, and Clovis, N.M. Walker will report to West Region Senior Vice President of Operations Dave Gilles.
Suddenlink has increased the download speeds of its three High-Speed Internet services in Lake Livingston and Onalaska. Current Suddenlink customers will receive the related new speeds automatically at no added charge.
Everyone’s favorite serial killer, Dexter, is back for his eighth and final season on SHOWTIME – and Charter’s SHOWTIME subscribers in Fort Worth and surrounding communities now have the means, motive and opportunity to catch up on the entire series thanks to a North Texas network upgrade that is to die for.
In recognition of National Internet Safety Month, Time Warner Cable today unveiled a new campaign to help parents teach their children to safely use the Internet and other technologies. Held in partnership with Common Sense Media, the campaign includes the availability of the new Digital PassportTM mobile app and supporting materials that help parents address key issues that their children face online, including safety and security, cyber bullying, privacy, responsible cell phone use and respecting creative work.