IowaCowboyWant to go back to IowaPremiumReviews:
Remember the '90s Cable systems in the '90s were always changing hands. When I was growing up in Cedar Rapids (IA) the cable system there was always changing hands. First it was Cox, then TCI, then AT&T broadband before getting sold to current owner Mediacom.
According to some of the locals, the cable system in Springfield was owned by Continental Cablevision, then Media One then AT&T broadband before current owner Comcast.
It seems like the trend of cable systems changing hands has settled down. Comcast has owned the Springfield system since 2003 and Mediacom has owned the Cedar Rapids system since 2001.
It would be nice if Time Warner would buy the Springfield (MA) system. I've had good experiences with Time Warner when dealing with them at my Grandma's house.
I've experienced ImOn (when they were McLeod USA), Mediacom, Comcast, and Time Warner. They are much better than broadcast TV.
I have not and will not cut the cord.
all of TWC is not the same. The thing with TWC is that each region operates as its own company. Different billing policies, prices, rates and fees and programming. Also are you sure you would like to support a company that likes their caps and lets not forget; that supports allowing an employee die because they didn't want another employee to take "valuable" phone time to save the life? TWC is not all green and wonders.
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Maybe you should work for the History channel...