Check out the new tiers, pricing for Spectrum, formerly Time Warner Cable

Time Warner Cable’s transition to Spectrum has begun in force, with the cable and internet service provider stepping up its marketing campaign and offering updated pricing tiers and bundling options for new and existing customers.

Charter Communications in May acquired Time Warner Cable – and its 11.4 million residential and business customers – along with Bright House Networks, for roughly $67 billion. The resulting company will be marketed under the Spectrum brand name.

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Time Warner CEO says Ben Affleck’s Batman movie is “a year and a half out”

Earlier this week, Time Warner CEO and chairman Jeff Bewkes spoke about the state of DC Films on an investor call. I wrote about it and included notable quotes that were reported, but now thanks to The Suicide Squadcast we have full audio of the CEO’s comments… including an update on when we might be able to see Ben Affleck’s Batman movie!

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Making the Case for the Cloud

This week, two Time Warner representatives shared industry-leading insights at Oktane16, a conference of more than 2,000 IT leaders and developers to explore the critical role of the cloud in accelerating business strategies.

Held at the ARIA Resort and Casino in Las Vegas, Anirudha Kinare and Subhrendu Datta — both of Time Warner Corporate — presented a case study on how the cloud is integral to the company’s ability to deliver the world’s best and most engaging video content across our divisions.

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