Time Warner CEO says wireless broadband 'interesting'

Time Warner, which recently ended its relationship with Sprint Nextel for the Pivot wireless offering that gave the cable operator a quadruple play, gave some nebulous information regarding the company's interest in wireless during the company's first-quarter conference call. Time Warner CEO Glenn Britt noted that Time Warner's wireless strategy "really hasn't changed for some time now. We haven't seen a big demand for the quadruple play to date. More interesting to me is the notion of broadband wireless … and how that might relate to wireline networks." 

That doesn't tell us much about the possibility of Time Warner forming a relationship with other cable operators to make a WiMAX consortium with Sprint Nextel. A rumor that hasn't resurfaced lately. Also, Time Warner, Comcast, Cox Communications and Advance Newhouse own AWS spectrum but continue to be coy about how they are going to use it.

For more about Time Warner's wireless broadband comments:
- read this article from Unstrung

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