Time Warner Cable

former American cable telecommunications company

Time Warner Cable was an American cable and telecommunications company. The company served almost 30 states. It was the second-largest cable company behind Comcast.

Time Warner Cable, Inc.
FormerlyTelevision Communications Corp. (1962-1973)
Warner Cable (1973-1979, 1986-1992)
Warner-Amex Cable (1979-1986)
Company typeSubsidiary
Mass media
PredecessorAmerican Television and Communications (1968-1991)
Founded1962; 62 years ago (1962)
(as Television Communications Corp.)
1973; 51 years ago (1973)
(as Warner Cable)
DefunctMay 18, 2016; 8 years ago (2016-05-18)
FateAcquired by Charter Communications and merged with Bright House Networks to form Charter Spectrum
SuccessorCharter Spectrum
HeadquartersTime Warner Center, ,
Area served
United States
Key people
Robert D. Marcus
(Chairman & CEO)
ParentIndependent (1962-1972; 2009–2016)
Kinney National Company (1972)
Warner Communications (1972–1990)
Time Warner (1990–2009)
Charter Communications (2016)
SubsidiariesTime Warner Cable Enterprises LLC

They offered Cable television and Internet services.

Time Warner Cable was founded in 1973. It wasbought by Charter Communications in May 2016.[1]


  1. "Charter completes purchase of Time Warner Cable, Bright House". Los Angeles Times. May 18, 2016. Retrieved April 26, 2021.