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originally posted by: Aliensun
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Time-Warner in the Austin area was taken over by an outfit called Spectrum.
Is T-W expanding into another direction or, (hard to believe) are they contracting?
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As chief operating officer of Cablevision Systems Corporation, Tom Rutledge is responsible for overseeing the company's cable television business;... more »
Relationships Interlocks Giving Political Data
• Chief Operating Officer
Charter Communications, Inc. Broadband Communications Company
• Board Member (Feb '12→?) [+2]
CTAM CTAM, the Cable & Telecommunications Association for Marketing
• Board member
Time Warner Cable Inc.
• President (past)
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National Cable and Telecommunications Association Political Action Committee (Ncta PAC)
• 19 contributions · $59,500 ('90→Mar 18 '16)
Cablevision Systems Corporation Political Action Committee
• 7 contributions · $31,000 (Feb 11 '02→Mar 29 '11)
Charter Communications Inc PAC
• 5 contributions · $25,000 ('12→Jul 18 '16)
Democratic National Committee
• 2 contributions · $11,000 ('00→'04)
AOL Time Warner Inc Cmte to Connect & Inform (F/K/A Time Warner Inc Political Action Cmte
• 5 contributions · $8,200 ('92→Apr 4 '00)
Richard Blumenthal US Senator from Connecticut
• 3 contributions · $7,500 ('10→Sep 27 '16)
Hillary Clinton US Secretary of State & NY Senator; 2016 Democratic Presidential candidate
• 6 contributions · $6,500 ('04→Aug 28 '08)
Claire McCaskill US Senator from Missouri
• 2 contributions · $5,000 ('12→May 7 '12)
Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee The Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee is the only organization solely dedicated to electing more Democrats to the United States Senate. From grassroots organizing to candidate recruitment to pr
• 2 contributions · $3,000 ('09→Oct 9 '15)
Jim Himes Representative for Connecticut’s 4th District
• 1 contribution · $2,700 (Oct 31 '16)