We're just three days away from the expected takeover of the local Adelphia and Comcast systems by Time Warner Cable, and the company's unleashing a promotional blitz.
Customers are getting letters in the mail about the change, and the company's launched a new website called "TWCusoon" to help explain the changes to those leaving the Adelphia and Comcast universe in Northeast Ohio (and in other areas where TWC is taking over the local Adelphia and/or Comcast systems). Putting in a local ZIP code takes you to the site aimed at new TWC customers in the Cleveland market.
There's actually not a lot of information there...even under the "FAQs" section. That area hints of possible channel changes, which OMW is told are actually listed in a newspaper ad today we haven't been able to see.
OMW reported earlier that it appears the NFL Network and some other Adelphia (and Comcast) channels could go away as soon as Tuesday, and that customers of the merged-in systems could also gain some channels that are not currently available. We're still not sure of the timeline, or if it'll happen as soon as next week.
We also don't know if Adelphia and Comcast customers will see immediate changes in local programming, either with existing programming (i.e. Adelphia's "More Sports and Les Levine") or with TWC's incoming programming (i.e. WKYC/3's "Akron/Canton News").
Other stuff doesn't appear to change for now, including involving the future conversion of high-speed Internet subscribers to the TWC "Roadrunner" system, conversion of E-Mail addresses, and any billing changes...