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CHARTER COMMUNICATIONS, INC. /MO/ filed this Form 425 on 02/12/2016
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425


Filed by Charter Communications, Inc.
Pursuant to Rule 425 under the Securities Act of 1933
and deemed filed pursuant to Rule 14a-6
under the Securities Act of 1934
Subject Company: Time Warner Cable Inc.
Commission File No. 001-33335

The following is information made available online on the Charter Resource Center website.

 
  
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CALIFORNIA ORGANIZATIONS SUPPORT NEW CHARTER
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Majority Leader Assemblyman Chris Holden: “New Charter-by expanding eligibility-will provide competitive pricing for broadband services to low-income households in California. In order to continue to provide consumers with high-quality broadband services, New Charter has made commitments to not block or slow down internet traffic.”

Senate Minority Leader Jean Fuller: “New Charter would lead to faster internet speeds for many Californians. Charter's minimum broadband speed of 60 Mbps is faster than the comparable offerings of Time Warner and Bright House, and New Charter will extend this minimum speed to Time Warner's and Bright House's existing customers - at a lower price than they currently pay.”

California Board of Equalization Chairman Jerome Horton: “I am encouraged by the commitment that New Charter has made to bring customer service centers back from overseas. The combined job force of 10,000 employees that the three companies have is impressive and valuable to our economy. I look forward to the potential New Charter has to enhance that number in the State of California.”

Former Minority Leader Kristin Olsen: “I proudly serve in the California State Assembly and believe it is essential that our government supports private measures aimed at improving the lives of our constituents. For that reason, I support New Charter because it would promote job growth and offer its products to underserved communities by expanding access to a low-income broadband program.”

Riverside County Sheriff Stan Sniff: “This merger increases the ability of people in Riverside County to have affordable access to expeditious methods of sending and receiving information. Communication flow is an essential component for Law Enforcement response, investigation and Community Outreach.”

DIVERSITY ORGANIZATIONS

Mexican American Opportunity Foundation President & CEO Martin Castro: “We're excited about the emphasis New Charter will put on minority-focused programing. The company will offer an array of diverse programming options, including channels like El Rey, Fusion, Fuse, NBC Universe, BET, Bounce TV, Centric, Mnet, CCTV 9, and Korean Television Network. It's nice to see a company in corporate America put such a strong emphasis on multi-cultural programming, which is too often not a priority for cable companies.”



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