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Schumer Won’t Be Involved In Time Warner Review

Senator Charles Schumer has said the acquisition of Time Warner Cable by Comcast "seems like" it would be beneficial for New York. But a Schumer spokesman now indicates the senator won't be involved in a congressional review of the deal

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Binghamton Cable System Adds Al Jazeera America

Time Warner Cable television customers in the Binghamton area may now see a news channel that started operations nearly four months ago.

Al Jazeera America launched in August but the all-news outlet was not carried by the local cable system until Friday

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Sale Of Binghamton TV Stations Challenged

Nexstar Broadcasting's planned acquisition of two Binghamton television stations is being fought.

According to industry website TVNewsCheck, Time Warner Cable and the American Cable Association are challenging the proposed sale of WICZ and WBPN at the Federal Communications Commission

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

Time Warner Rolling Out Themed Channel Lineup

Time Warner Cable television customers soon will be learning new digital channel numbers for their favorite services.

The company plans to introduce a theme-based channel lineup on October 22 in the Binghamton area

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Binghamton TV Viewers May Not See New News Channel

Time Warner Cable subscribers in upstate New York may be unable to watch an all-news channel that's set to launch next Tuesday.

Al Jazeera America is planning to start operations from its New York City headquarters on Tuesday

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

Time Warner Cable Rates Increasing Next Month

Rising programing costs are being cited for a planned Time Warner Cable rate hike.

The increase will take effect with statements issued starting March 1.

Stephanie Salanger, a Time Warner Cable spokeswoman in Syracuse, told WNBF News the rate adjustment will average just over 2.5 percent.

Salanger said it wo

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