Tucsonans who have Cox Communications as their Internet provider may not have been able to get their evening and late-night Netflix fixes Wednesday.
Hundreds turn out at luncheon, donate nearly $16,000.
Tucson CBS affiliate is one of 53 Raycom-owned stations blacked out.
New superfast Net access will be available in local business centers.
Great cities are often defined by their skylines, but the heart of any city is largely unseen, hidden underground in vast tunnels or strung high above the bustle.
Dish Network customers couldn't watch CBS shows or local news on KOLD-Channel 13 on Thursday.
Local DISH Network customers can’t watch KOLD Channel 13 and CBS shows today.
Like most facilities of its type, it doesn't look like much on the outside. Or on the inside either, for that matter.
Berne Hotchkiss of Rinderknecht Association cleans the floor of an Involta data center. Rinderknecht did reconstruction work on the 38,000-square-foot building, which was purchased from Aurora Optical Inc.
Tammy Speth, who works in sales operations at Involta, sits in the conference room as she gets ready for Wednesday's grand opening.
Cox Communications says it has boosted the speed of its top-level Internet service by up to three times and significantly increased the speeds of its other service tiers.
Cox cable customers worrying about whether they would see this weekend's football games and other KOLD Channel 13 programming can rejoice.
Cox customers worrying about whether they would see this weekend’s football games and other KOLD Channel 13 programming can rejoice.
Cox customers can't watch KOLD Channel 13 on cable right now. That much both Cox Communications and KOLD parent Raycom Media agree on as they're locked in negotiations over a new carriage agreement.
Comcast Digital Starter customers were left without Turner Classic Movies May 8. The cable provider abruptly yanked the channel from lower-end subscribers and placed it on the Digital Preferred tier.
A former Cox Communications employee who aired 37 seconds of an
X-rated movie during the 2009 Super Bowl was given three years’
probation and an earful from a judge Thursday morning.
A 39-year-old local man admitted this morning to being the
person who caused thousands of Comcast subscribers to see
37-seconds of an X-rated movie during the 2009 Super Bowl.