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Broadband Briefs for 03/02/10

Tue, 03/02/2010 - 7:00am

TWC adds 5 more HD channels in San Antonio
By CED staff

Time Warner Cable beefed up its HD lineup in San Antonio with the addition of five channels.

According to the San Antonio Business Journal, MTV HD, Comedy Central HD, HBO Comedy HD, Fuse HD and Hallmark HD were recently added to Time Warner Cable’s HD offerings.

The story said Time Warner Cable has added 14 new HD channels in San Antonio in the last month.

Prior to a move to Dallas in 2008, San Antonio was the home of AT&T’s corporate headquarters.

Time Warner Cable Business Class hires Delis as VP, national sales
By CED staff

Time Warner Cable Business Class, a division of Time Warner Cable, announced that Jim Delis joined the company as vice president of national sales.

Delis will oversee the national sales organization for the company’s direct retail, indirect, telesales and wholesale channels. The direct retail sales force focuses on large multi-location customers, while indirect includes the company’s partner program that works with channel partners to sell products and services on behalf of TWCBC. The telesales operation provides services to SMB customers, and the wholesale channel offers last mile access to national and regional carriers.

“We are delighted to have Jim as a part of the TWCBC leadership team. He brings vast experience in developing, managing and growing successful B2B sales teams in highly competitive environments,” said Craig Collins, senior vice president of business services sales and marketing for Time Warner Cable Business Services. “He will play a key role in the ongoing expansion of our national sales organization in both the retail and wholesale channels.”

Delis has more than 20 years of sales, marketing and business operations experience in wireless and wireline telecommunications. He came to TWCBC after 11 years at XO Communications, where he held a number of executive-level sales, business development, channel management and operations positions for its business services division.

More Broadband Direct 3/02/10:
•  Who knew? Charter had a great year
•  Disney: ABC may go dark on Cablevision in N.Y.
•  Comcast takes reins of guide JV
•  Comcast updates iPhone app with remote DVR programming
•  MediaFriends, Comcast Media Center dial up EBIF Caller ID app
•  Comcast adds Hallmark, HSN to HD lineup in San Fran
•  Pace buys French gateway maker
•  Ergen: 'Much, much more focused now on Dish'
•  Think tank: Net neutrality rules harmful, unnecessary
•  Apple suing phone maker HTC over iPhone patents
•  New EU rules limit Internet charges for cell phone
•  Broadband Briefs for 03/02/10

 

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