Time Warner Cable buying Insight for $3B in cash

Aug 15, 2011

(AP) -- Time Warner is buying cable operator Insight Communications Co. for $3 billion in cash as it bolsters its presence in the Midwest.

Insight serves more than 750,000 customers in Indiana, Kentucky and Ohio. The privately held company has about 537,000 high-speed data , 679,000 video subscribers and 297,000 voice subscribers.

Insight is owned by The Carlyle Group, Crestview Partners, MidOcean Partners, members of Insight management and others. It

Inc., based in New York, said Monday that it expects the deal to create annual cost savings of about $100 million, with the majority of those savings coming within two years of the deal closing.

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