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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.
Charter has successfully completed a four-month, all-digital upgrade of its North Texas network for customers in Fort Worth and 40 surrounding communities.
As part of a multi-year effort to dramatically expand broadband access and literacy among the Latino community, the League of United Latin American Citizens National Educational Services Center (LNESC) and Time Warner Cable Business Class (TWCBC) are offering free, high-speed Internet access, computers, and other equipment for a new technology center at 8908 Old County Road.
Charter is donating a total of $20,000 to community-based organizations in Granbury and Cleburne to assist victims of the May 15 tornadoes that devastated neighborhoods in both North Texas cities.
Video, voice and high-speed data, all powered by Time Warner Cable’s (TWC) fiber-rich network, are what spectators, media, vendors and more will experience throughout the duration of this year’s HP Byron Nelson Championship as the company serves as the official telecommunications provider for the tournament. Through a partnership with tournament organizers, Salesmanship Club Charitable Golf of Dallas and Time Warner Cable’s commercial services division, Time Warner Cable Business Class (TWCBC), will deliver video, voice and data for the event.