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NEW SPECTRUM STORE NOW OPEN IN DENTON

Charter Communications, Inc. announced today the opening of a new Spectrum Store in Denton. The Spectrum store gives consumers in Denton a convenient option for adding or managing their Spectrum Internet®, TV, Mobile or Voice services. 

“Our Spectrum stores team is here to help our local customers who need support in getting and staying connected during these uncertain times,” said Pattie Eliason, Senior Vice President, Spectrum Stores & Retail. “Staff are working to make our new store in Denton a safe, convenient environment to add or manage services, shop for devices and accessories or make payments, while ensuring we adhere to current local and state health and safety guidelines.”

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INVESTING IN THE INTERNET

Cable companies and governments have long worked to connect Americans to the internet, especially in recent years as broadband has become a more integral part of our everyday activities. 

Today, 90% of American adults use the internet, according to the Pew Research Center, thanks in part  to $1.5 trillion invested by internet service providers over the past 20 years to build broadband networks. Cable is the leading broadband provider, with about two-thirds of all high-speed internet subscribers. Almost 90% of Texans have access to high-speed internet.

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SPECTRUM OPENS 50th TEXAS MOBILE STORE IN SAN MARCOS

Charter Communications, Inc. is celebrating the opening of its 50th new store to offer mobile phone services to Texas customers. The new Spectrum Store in San Marcos opens today with a host of in-store festivities, including prizes for the first 50 customers to visit the new location. The Spectrum store gives consumers in San Marcos a convenient option for adding or managing their Spectrum Internet®, TV, Mobile or Voice services. 

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THE DIVERSITY OF CABLE

In recent months Americans have taken a deep, and sometimes difficult, look at actions and attitudes related to equality, diversity and inclusion in our society. This introspection has taken place not only on a personal level, but a corporate one. The cable industry has been no different.

September – with Labor Day, the start of Hispanic Heritage Month, and the 72nd annual Emmy Awards – is an ideal time to examine the cable industry’s efforts to support and promote diversity and inclusion, from the C-suite, to community support, to programming.

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NEW SPECTRUM STORE NOW OPEN IN HARKER HEIGHTS

Charter Communications, Inc. announced the opening of a new Spectrum Store in Harker Heights today. The Spectrum store gives consumers in Harker Heights and Killeen a convenient option for adding or managing their Spectrum Internet®, TV, Mobile or Voice services. 

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HOGAR DE HGTV LAUNCHES ON SPECTRUM IN TEXAS

August 17, 2020 – Spectrum today announced the launch of Hogar de HGTV to customers in Texas. The all-new network from Discovery U.S. Hispanic offers food and home content for Spanish-language audiences. Hogar de HGTV is now available at no additional cost to customers with Spectrum TV Mi Plan Latino and Latino View TV packages in Austin, Beaumont, Corpus Christi, Dallas, Fort Worth, El Paso, San Antonio, Waco and more.

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NEW SPECTRUM STORE NOW OPEN IN MCALLEN

harter Communications, Inc. announced today the opening of a new Spectrum Store in McAllen. The Spectrum store gives consumers in the McAllen area a convenient option for adding or managing their Spectrum Internet®, TV, Mobile or Voice services.

“Our Spectrum stores team is here to help our local customers who need support in getting and staying connected during these uncertain times,” said Pattie Eliason, Senior Vice President, Spectrum Stores & Retail. “Staff are working to make our new store in McAllen a safe, convenient environment to add or manage services, shop for devices and accessories or make payments, while ensuring we adhere to current local and state health and safety guidelines.”

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CABLE CONNECTING KIDS & SCHOOLS

Another Texas school year is about to start, but this one will look a little different with COVID-19 concerns spurring many school districts to begin the year virtually before transitioning to in-person classes. 

Across the state, parents, teachers and schools are concerned with how to provide remote instruction to students who may not have internet access at home. The abrupt shift schools made to online instruction in March underscored the challenges of the digital divide. At that time, cable companies immediately enhanced their existing programs designed to connect low-income families.

Since then, cable providers serving Texas have continued to work with schools, education officials and others to increase internet access so all students have the opportunity to learn.

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