Wireless options fail to excite Time Warner Cable

A day after Time Warner Cable (NYSE: TWC) reported rising profit, but lowering video subscriber numbers, for the second quarter, Light Reading Cable has a closer look at some of the other comments the company made during its earnings call. Perhaps most notably, TWC doesn't appear in a hurry to clarify its future wireless plans.

Though the company has WiMAX subscribers through Clearwire (Nasdaq: CLWR), TWC CEO Glenn Britt didn't sound as though he was eager to put more effort into wireless endeavors right now, at a time when fellow cable guy Cox Communications is renewing its interest in wireless through a partnership with Sprint (NYSE: S).

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