Tuesday, November 27, 2012

Time Warner to announce "low-cost Internet service, three major initiatives"

Time Warner Cable will be making a significant announcement this Thursday.

Not much information is available right now, but the company is expecting to announce a "low-cost Internet offering" as part of a presentation announcing three "major initiatives."

Unified Government Mayor/CEO Joe Reardon will be at the announcement set for this Thursday at the Kansas City Public Library. 

Below is the news release about the event. More information when available.
Time Warner Cable (TWC) Kansas City will announce three major initiatives at a press event on Thursday, Nov. 29 at 10:30 a.m. at the Kansas City Public Library – Helzberg Auditorium.

Time Warner Cable representatives, Kansas City, Mo. Mayor Sly James, Kansas City, Kan. Mayor Joe Reardon, Kansas City, Kan. Superintendent of Schools Dr. Cynthia Lane and representatives from other participating school districts will speak at the event, which will officially unveil Time Warner Cable’s new low-cost Internet offering and significant additions for residential and Business Class customers.