More Q4 numbers, these from Time Warner Cable. According to their report, TWC’s revenues went up 4%, to $5.0 billion. As for the company’s residential services, growth in this sector was driven by increases in high-speed data and voice revenues. High-speed subscriptions rose from 9,469,000 to 9,954,000 during 2011, while growth in residential video was impacted by lower transactional video-on-demand revenues. The decline in video subscriptions was also notable, dropping from 12,257,000 to 11,889,000 in 2011.
To view the entire report, see http://ir.timewarnercable.com/phoenix.zhtml?c=207717&p=quarterlyEarnings