Charter wants to take over Time Warner Cable’s board to speed up buyout – theverge

Charter Communications’ hostile takeover attempt of Time Warner Cable (TWC) is going into full swing today as it begins a campaign to fully replace TWC’s board of directors with its own selections. Charter has nominated 13 candidates to be elected to TWC’s board, which Reuters reports will be up for election again at a shareholder meeting that will likely be held in May. If Charter can install its own supporters on the board, it would effectively force TWC to begin discussions about a potential buyout — a deal that it’s rebuked so far.”

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Charter steps up pressure to buy Time Warner Cable with public bid | fiercecable

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offer to buy Time Warner Cable. The amount of the offer, according to Reuters, is $62.35 biillion.

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Time Warner Cable cloud-based TV Guide services improve customer viewing experience – FierceCable

“Time Warner Cable is accelerating its rollout of a new guide with cloud-based navigation services that gives customers simplified navigation, more program information, a new VOD portal and better search capability. These new features are available on over 2 million set-top boxes today and will be available on over 6 million boxes by the end of 2014.”

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Callahan: Android offers more opportunities to interactive TV developers than RDK platform -FierceCable

“Former top Time Warner Cable engineer John Callahan told interactive TV application developers at a conference here Wednesday that he doesn’t see a lot of potential for them in the Reference Design Kit software platform that TWC and Comcast are relying on to introduce next-generation interactive TV services.

Callahan, a 15-year TWC veteran who helped the MSO launch its fabled Full Service Network interactive TV trial in Orlando in the mid-1990s, told attendees that he’s more bullish on Google’s Android platform.”

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