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August 3, 2013
16:43 EDTCBS, TWCTime Warner Cable CEO says wants to put CBS back on at sensible price
Time Warner Cable (TWC) CEO Glenn Britt said. "CBS (CBS) Television CEO Les Moonves was quoted as saying 'we are now at war with Time Warner Cable.' But the only people CBS is hurting are our viewers who love their shows. Please know that Time Warner Cable is at war with no one. We exist as a company to connect people to the things they love and CBS's shows and sports are a few of those things. We want to put CBS back on the air at a price that makes sense for us and our customers. That's not war, that's what our customers say they want – good programming at a fair price and on reasonable terms. We hope CBS will join us at the negotiating table and agree to a contract that is in the best interest of not only CBS, but everyone who enjoys watching television."
News For TWC;CBS From The Last 14 Days
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July 31, 2015
10:02 EDTTWCOn The Fly: Analyst Downgrade Summary
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08:23 EDTTWCTime Warner Cable downgraded to Neutral from Buy at Buckingham
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08:06 EDTTWCTime Warner Cable price target raised to $219 at Wunderlich
Wunderlich analyst Matthew Harrigan raised his price target for Time Warner Cable to $219 citing a "high confidence" that the takeover by Charter (CHTR) will win regulatory approval. The analyst's 2016 floor value as a standalone entity is $187 per share. He keeps a Buy rating on Time Warner Cable.
07:19 EDTTWCFCC Commissioners Pai, O’Rielly 'dismayed' by delay in Charter-TWC review
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July 30, 2015
09:13 EDTTWCTime Warner Cable says it continues to 'embrace' over-the-top video offerings
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08:57 EDTTWCTime Warner Cable sees Q3 adjusted OIBDA down up to $100M
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08:52 EDTTWCTime Warner Cable expects positive video net additions in FY15
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07:31 EDTTWCTime Warner Cable reports Q2 Residential customer relationships of 14,782
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07:30 EDTTWCTime Warner Cable reports Q2 Business Services revenue $803M
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07:30 EDTTWCTime Warner Cable reports Q2 Residential revenue $4.76B
The growth in residential high-speed data revenue was the result of growth in high-speed data subscribers, as well as an increase in average revenue per subscriber primarily due to increases in prices and equipment rental charges and a greater percentage of subscribers purchasing higher-priced tiers of service. Residential video revenue decreased due to a year-over-year decline in video subscribers, partially offset by an increase in average revenue per subscriber primarily as a result of price increases, higher transactional video-on-demand revenue and growth in premium network revenue. Residential voice revenue decreased due to lower average revenue per subscriber offset, in part, by growth in voice subscribers.
07:29 EDTTWCTime Warner Cable reports Q2 residential video net declines of 45K
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06:06 EDTTWCTime Warner Cable reports Q2 adjusted EPS $1.54, consensus $1.81
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July 29, 2015
15:08 EDTTWCNotable companies reporting before tomorrow's open
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July 24, 2015
15:06 EDTCBSEarnings Watch: TV networks report as streaming services gain ground
CBS (CBS), Time Warner (TWX), Viacom (VIA, VIAB), and 21st Century Fox (FOX, FOXA) are among TV network companies expected to report quarterly results over the next several weeks, with Comcast (CMCSA, CMCSK) already having reported before the open on July 23. EXPECTATIONS: Time Warner is expected to report EPS of $1.03 on revenue of $6.9B, CBS is expected to report EPS of 73c on revenue of $3.22B, Viacom is expected to report EPS of $1.47 on revenue of $3.22B, and 21st Century Fox is expected to report EPS of 37c on revenue of $6.48B. LAST QUARTER: CBS, Time Warner, and Fox all reported stronger than expected Q1 results, while Viacom reported higher than expected Q2 EPS but missed on revenue. THIS WEEK'S EARNINGS: On the morning of July 23, Comcast reported Q2 EPS of 84c in line with estimates, and revenue of $18.7B versus expectations for $18.14B. Cable customer relationships for the quarter were up 31,000 to 27.3M, driven by increases in double and triple product relationships. During a subsequent conference call, the company noted that TV viewership continues to be under pressure. NEWS: At Re/code's Code Conference on May 27, CBS CEO Leslie Moonves remarked that his network will "probably" sign up for Apple's (AAPL) rumored TV service, and on June 3, CBS announced that its Showtime network will be offered over the internet as a stand-alone streaming service launching in early July for a monthly price of $10.99, with Apple as its first partner. On July 1, Variety quoted sources as saying Viacom was attempting to entice advertisers by offering to construct social-media and digital extensions of traditional TV ad campaigns as the company seeks to move away from Nielsen-based advertising sales. On July 8, the Wall Street Journal reported that Viacom's Paramount Pictures reached an agreement with AMC (AMC) to accelerate the home release of movies, noting that the company hoped to implement the quickened schedule for all new releases beginning later in the year. On July 17, Re/code reported that Viacom held talks to acquire e-commerce and media company Thrillist Media, according to sources. On June 17, 21st Century Fox named James Murdoch as CEO, with founder and former chairman and CEO Rupert Murdoch appointed executive co-chairman alongside Lachlan Murdoch. The Telegraph reported on June 20 that Fox rejected offers for its stake in Sky (SKYAY) from Vodafone (VOD) and Vivendi (VIVHY), potentially signalling an interest in outright purchasing the rest of Sky, according to the report. More recently, the European Commission announced on July 23 that it delivered a statement of objections to Sky and various film studios owned by Comcast, Viacom, Fox, Time Warner, Disney (DIS), and Sony (SNE), discussing anti-trust concerns due to limitations on country-by-country availability of pay-TV services. STREET RESEARCH: On May 12, Pacific Crest said it believes Apple will launch its TV service before the end of the year, saying the move should benefit TV networks as well as Apple itself. On June 24, Brean Capital said Facebook's (FB) agreement with Time Warner to host premier episodes of certain upcoming shows was "a trend worth following," and possibly indicative of Facebook hosting additional TV content in the future. Also on June 24, FBR Capital contended that Netflix (NFLX) was on pace to have a larger 24-hour audience than all traditional broadcast networks, where ratings are seeing declines on average, according to the research firm. Those comments were followed by a July 10 note on Netflix from Morgan Stanley, saying the subscription streaming service was seeing higher time spent per day than any single broadcast network. Moving away from the Netflix factor, on July 10, JPMorgan said CBS shares looked "very attractive" following a recent selloff, though the company saw a downgrade on July 20 from Pivotal, which cited higher costs of capital among other factors. Finally, Citi upgraded Viacom on July 16 to Neutral, citing recent underperformance in the company's shares heading into earnings season.
July 23, 2015
17:07 EDTTWCSoroban Capital Partners reports 5% passive stake in Time Warner Cable
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July 20, 2015
10:00 EDTCBSOn The Fly: Analyst Downgrade Summary
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07:04 EDTCBSCBS downgraded to Hold from Buy at Pivotal Research
Pivotal Research downgraded CBS to Hold based on higher costs of capital and valuation and lowered its price target to $58 from $70 on shares.

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