SHALLOTTE, NC — Allen Russ, General Manager/CEO of ATMC, has announced that ATMC will convert its cable TV system from analog to all-digital cable technology by the end of 2010. By converting to all-digital, ATMC will be able to offer customers a potential lineup of over 150 High Definition (HD) networks, HD Video On Demand and a next-generation cable modem service with high speed Internet speeds up to five times faster than its current broadband offerings.
Wilmington, NC – Time Warner Cable digital customers can watch even more local high school sports on Demand. Time Warner Cable is now the Official Corporate Sponsor of the North Carolina Independent Schools Athletic Association (NCISAA) and the Official Television Sponsor of the NCISAA. With this new partnership, Time Warner Cable has exclusive broadcast rights to NCISAA Championship Events on Carolina On Demand, channel 1234.
Local Cape Fear Region schools which belong to NCISAA include; Cape Fear Academy – Wilmington, Harrells Christian Academy – Harrells, Waccamaw Academy – Whiteville.
NEW YORK – Time Warner Inc. (NYSE:TWX) today provided its 2010 full-year business outlook. The Company expects its 2010 full-year growth rate in Adjusted Diluted Income per Common Share from Continuing Operations (“Adjusted EPS”) to be in the mid-teens, off a 2009 Adjusted EPS base of $1.83.
Rentrak (NASDAQ:RENT) announces the top ten movies-on-demand titles based on consumer transaction rate. Movies-on-demand are pay-per-purchase films available through cable and telco providers, January 4, January 10, 2010.
1 The Hangover
2 The Final Destination*
3 Public Enemies (2009)
4 All About Steve*
5 (500) Days of Summer*
6 A Perfect Getaway
7 Jennifer’s Body*
8. Night at the Museum: Battle of the Smithsonian
9 9 (2009)*
10 Julie & Julia*