Suddenlink Wins Another ‘Best of Amarillo’ Honor

For the fourth year in a row, readers of the Amarillo (Texas) Globe-News named our local team the “Best of Amarillo” in the Cable/Satellite Company category. Winners will be toasted Oct. 23 at the “Best of Amarillo” party.

Cupcake Champ Moves to Amarillo

Nicole Costa, a winner of Food Network’s “Cupcake Wars,” recently relocated with her military husband and family from Suddenlink-served New Bern, N.C., to Suddenlink-served Amarillo, Texas.

Right now Nicole is operating her bakery business online, but hopes to open a brick-and-mortar shop in Amarillo. Nicole spoke with the Amarillo Globe-News about the move, the bakery biz, and her “Cupcake Wars” experience.

Suddenlink Earns Top Ops Award

For the fifth year in a row, CableFAX: The Magazine, a major industry trade publication, awarded Suddenlink the Top Operators Award for cable system community service programs.

“We’ve consistently been impressed with the number and variety of projects [Suddenlink] engages in and the seriousness with which employees from all parts of the business carry out their tasks,” CableFAX: The Magazine editors wrote.

Among the efforts cited were programs in Amarillo, Midland and San Angelo, Texas.

Amarillo Resident Wins ‘X Factor’ Sweepstakes

Congratulations to Scott Kuhn, Amarillo, Texas, on winning Suddenlink’s “X Factor” Sweepstakes. He earns a trip for two to Los Angeles to attend a live “The X Factor” show. Hotel, airfare and a Los Angeles “VIP Experience” are included.

TiVo Stream Service Introduced

Starting last week, we expanded the availability of the ground-breaking TiVo® Stream service, which allows customers to stream TV shows around the house wirelessly on iPod Touch, iPads and iPhones, and also transfer DVR-recorded programs to the same mobile devices for later viewing on the go.

Ability to transfer some programs to these devices may be prohibited by the program owners. Android devices and access to video-on-demand content will be added later.

In October, we became the first cable provider in the country to offer TiVo Stream, which is now available in the following communities: Abilene, Amarillo, Andrews, Big Spring, Canyon, Floydada, Lubbock, Midland, Plainview, Post, San Angelo, Snyder and Sweetwater, Texas; Clovis, N.M.; and Greenville, Kinston, New Bern, Rocky Mount, Tarboro, Williamston and Washington, N.C.

We expect to further expand the availability of TiVo Stream to additional markets in the near future.

Suddenlink Earns ‘Best of Amarillo’ Honor

For the third year in a row, readers of the Amarillo (Texas) Globe-News named our local team the “Best of Amarillo” in the Cable/Satellite Company category. Winners were honored Oct. 18 at the “Best of Amarillo” Trade Show & Party.

WWYBW, Amarillo, Texas?


The sixth and final installment in our WWYBW video series features three Olympic fans from Amarillo, Texas, including Dr. Pat O’Brien, President of West Texas A&M University; Dr. Paul Matney, President of Amarillo College; and Gary Molberg, President of the Amarillo Chamber of Commerce.

Follow these links for earlier installments: West Virginia; Greenville, N.C.; Bryan/College Station, Texas; St. Joseph, Mo; and Tyler, Texas.

Any-Room DVR Offered in West Texas, Clovis, N.M.

Beginning today, West Texas and Clovis, N.M., customers with TiVo® Premiere DVRs from Suddenlink will be able to begin watching a program in one room and continue it in another, as well as watch recordings on any TV connected to a TiVo Premiere device. TiVo Premiere DVRs are now offered in Clovis and the following West Texas cities: Lubbock, Plainview, Post, Floydada, Abilene, Snyder, Sweetwater, Amarillo, Canyon, Tulia, Midland, Big Spring, Andrews and San Angelo.New options are the result of software enhancements. For example, Suddenlink customers with three TiVo Premiere DVRs can record up to six shows at the same time, watch recordings on any TV, start watching in one room and resume in another, and have up to 600 hours of recording space.

The TiVo Premiere, first offered by the company last year, combines Suddenlink’s service with TiVo’s best-in-class user interface, to provide access to thousands of hours of entertainment choices, including content from Suddenlink’s video-on-demand (VOD) library and the Web, all accessible through TiVo’s advanced search and discovery features. Suddenlink is the only multichannel TV service provider in the communities to offer TiVo Premiere.

Earlier this month, any-room DVR service was introduced to Suddenlink customers in North Carolina. We will continue to announce launches of this service as they are confirmed.

MAX 107.0 Rolled Out in Conroe and Lake Conroe

Beginning today, residential customers in Conroe and Lake Conroe, Texas, can get Suddenlink’s High Speed Internet MAX 107.0 service. MAX 107.0 features a download speed up to 107 megabits per second (Mbps) and an upload speed up to 5 Mbps, the fastest residential service in these communities and among the fastest in the country offered by a major Internet service provider.

MAX 107 service was first launched in the Georgetown, Pflugerville and Leander, Texas, area. Subsequently, MAX 107.0 was introduced in Tyler, Whitehouse, Amarillo, Tulia, Lubbock, Post, Shallowater and Wolfforth, Texas, in Gallia, Meigs (Ohio), Mason and Jackson (West Virginia) counties. Most recently, the service was introduced in Midland, Texas, Bossier City (including Barksdale Air Force Base), Haughton, Lake Charles and Sulphur, La., and Nixa and Ozark, Mo.

The introduction of MAX 107 in Conroe and Lake Conroe is part of Project Imagine. Suddenlink will continue to announce launches of new and enhanced services in other communities as they are confirmed.