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Time Warner Cable Inc.  (TWC)
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Time Warner Cable Inc. Segments

 
Basic video services
   29.62 % of total Revenue
Digital video services
   4.72 % of total Revenue
Equipment rental & installation
   6.06 % of total Revenue
Franchise fees
   2.1 % of total Revenue
Other
   3.36 % of total Revenue
Video
   45.5 % of total Revenue
Highspeed data
   28.42 % of total Revenue
Voice
   9.05 % of total Revenue
Total Subscription
   83.31 % of total Revenue
Advertising
   4.5 % of total Revenue
Business services
   12.18 % of total Revenue
 

Business Segments (March 31, 2014)
Revenues
(in millions $)
I. Quarter
%
(of total Revenues)
(March 31, 2014)
Income
(in millions $)
I. Quarter
%
(Profit Margin)
Basic video services
1,624.00 29.62 % 0.00 -
Digital video services
259.00 4.72 % 0.00 -
Equipment rental & installation
332.00 6.06 % 0.00 -
Franchise fees
115.00 2.1 % 0.00 -
Other
184.00 3.36 % 0.00 -
Video
2,495.00 45.5 % 0.00 -
Highspeed data
1,558.00 28.42 % 0.00 -
Voice
496.00 9.05 % 0.00 -
Total Subscription
4,568.00 83.31 % 0.00 -
Advertising
247.00 4.5 % 0.00 -
Business services
668.00 12.18 % 0.00 -
Total
5,483.00 100 % 0.00 -

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Growth rates by Segment (March 31, 2014)
Y/Y Revenue
%
I. Quarter
Q/Q Revenue
%
(March 31, 2014)
Y/Y Income
%
I. Quarter
Q/Q Income
%
Basic video services
-6.67 % - - -
Digital video services
-0.77 % - - -
Equipment rental & installation
-10.99 % - - -
Franchise fees
-8 % - - -
Other
-32.1 % 820 % - -
Video
-6.59 % -1.62 % - -
Highspeed data
10.81 % 1.76 % - -
Voice
-4.43 % 0.61 % - -
Total Subscription
-0.93 % -0.26 % - -
Advertising
8.33 % -11.15 % - -
Business services
24.39 % 8.44 % - -
Total
1.99 % 0.16 % - -

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  Time Warner Cable's

Business Segments Description



Video Services

Programming tiers. TWC offers three main levels or “tiers” of video programming—Basic Service Tier (“BST”), Expanded Basic Service Tier (or Cable Programming Service Tier) (“CPST”) and Digital Basic Service Tier (“DBT”). BST generally includes broadcast television signals, satellite-delivered broadcast networks and superstations, local origination channels, a few specialty networks, such as C-SPAN and QVC, and public access, educational and government channels. CPST enables BST subscribers to add to their service national, regional and local cable news, entertainment and other specialty networks, such as CNN, A&E, ESPN, CNBC and Discovery. In certain areas, BST and CPST also include proprietary local programming devoted to the communities TWC serves, including 24-hour local news channels in a number of cities. Together, BST and CPST provide customers with approximately 70 channels. DBT enables digital video subscribers to add to their CPST service up to approximately 50 additional cable networks, including spin-off and successor networks to national cable services, news networks and niche programming services, such as History International and Biography. Generally, subscribers to CPST and DBT can purchase thematically-linked programming tiers, including movies, sports and Spanish language tiers, and subscribers to any tier of video programming can purchase premium services, such as HBO and Showtime.

TWC’s video subscribers pay a fixed monthly fee based on the video programming tier they receive.

High-speed Data Services

TWC offered residential high-speed data services to nearly all of its homes passed as of December 31, 2008. TWC’s high-speed data services provide customers with a fast, always-on connection to the Internet. High-speed data subscribers connect to TWC’s cable systems using a cable modem, which TWC provides at no charge or which subscribers can purchase on their own. Generally, subscribers pay a flat monthly fee based on the level of service received.

Voice Services

Digital Phone. TWC offered its Digital Phone service to nearly all of its homes passed as of December 31, 2008. Most Digital Phone customers receive unlimited local, in-state and U.S., Canada and Puerto Rico calling and a number of calling features, including call waiting, caller ID and Enhanced 911 (“E911”) services, for a fixed monthly fee. TWC also offers additional calling plans with a variety of options that are designed to meet customers’ particular needs, including a local-only calling plan, an unlimited in-state calling plan and an international calling plan.

Advertising

TWC earns revenues by selling advertising to national, regional and local customers. As part of the agreements under which it acquires video programming, TWC typically receives an allocation of scheduled advertising time in such programming, generally two or three minutes per hour, into which its systems can insert commercials, subject, in some instances, to certain subject matter limitations. The clustering of TWC’s systems expands the share of viewers that TWC reaches within a local designated market area, which helps its local advertising sales business to compete more effectively with broadcast and other media. In addition, TWC has a strong presence in the country’s two largest advertising market areas, New York, NY, and Los Angeles, CA.

In many locations, TWC has formed advertising “interconnects” or entered into representation agreements with contiguous cable system operators to deliver locally inserted commercials across wider geographic areas, replicating the reach of the local broadcast stations as much as possible. TWC also sells the advertising inventory of certain regional sports programming networks. In addition, TWC’s local cable news channels and VOD offerings provide it with opportunities to generate advertising revenue.

   

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