Over the years, Time Warner Cable has unfortunately earned a certain less-than-flattering reputation in the customer service department. In its newest ad campaign, the cable giant has a message for customers: We know ... and we're working on it.
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Time Warner Cable has parted ways with longtime agency Ogilvy & Mather New York, sources tell Adweek. The nation's second-largest cable communications company quietly kicked off a creative review in the fourth quarter, handled by Ark Advisors, N.Y. Finalists are now down to DDB New York; Leo Burnett, Chicago and Eleven, Inc., San Francisco.
A funny thing happened this week on the way to that big cable box in the sky: Three of the largest U.S. cable operators actually added subscribers.
Just one month after its merger with Comcast officially flatlined, Time Warner Cable is on the move again.
Less than two weeks after Comcast's proposed acquisition of Time Warner Cable came to a bitter end, another cable giant says the time is still right for consolidation. And it's all about geography.
While it's debatable whether or not this is the golden age of video, television or content, it is undeniably the golden age of choice.
Male chief marketing officers on Forbes' third annual Appinions CMO Influence Study, which was released today, are 22 percent more influential than their female peers.
Being sidelined by a dramatic injury isn't stopping New York Giants star Victor Cruz, who has landed a global endorsement deal with Gap Factory.
Federal Communications Commission chairman Tom Wheeler held a press conference alongside colleagues from the Federal Trade Commission and the states attorneys general today to publicly reprimand AT&T for "cramming"—adding fees that customers didn't authorize to phone bills—over the last eight years.