Time Warner Cable was formed in 1989 when Warner Cable and the American Television and Communication Corporation (owned by Time Inc) merged.
In 1995, the company launched the Southern Tier Online Community which is today known as Roadrunner High Speed Online. Paragon Cable was also acquired in ’95.
In 2006, they company acquired Adelphia.
In 2009, Time Warner spun off Time Warner Cable (TWC) as an independent company.
In 2011, the company acquired Insight Communications.
Time Warner Cable currently operates in 28 states and has over 15 million subscribers.
In May of 2016, Charter Communications acquired Time Warner Cable. The company states that they intend to rebrand and rename all Time Warner Cable offices and services to Charter Communications over the next 18 months.