Reaching out to Moms

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Charter Moms Logo Charter Communications is reaching out to Moms….

Who is Charter Communications?

Charter Communications, Inc. is a Fortune 500 company and the fourth-largest cable operator in the United States. In this role, we are privileged to provide advanced video, high-speed Internet, and telephone services to approximately 5.5 million residential and business customers in 27 states.

Charter Moms Panel

Charter Communications knows that Moms have a valuable voice online and represent a large portion of their customer base. In an effort to provide new and better ways to connect with Charter Moms, they created a Charter Moms Facebook page. Charter wants to know what Moms think about Charter programming, service, and entertainment. Moms will find questions such as, “What is your favorite holiday movie?” or “What show is a MUST-SEE for you each week?”

Within the discussions, Charter hopes to learn more about what programs kids watch, do not watch, or want to watch. To that also how do moms feel about what is available to them? Charter looks forward to opening the door and inviting moms to start chatting.

One benefit of joining the Charter Moms Panel page include being ‘first to know’ about new services and programming available.

This Mom says..

I consider after school programming to be very important as a mom. An after school snack and favorite television show were a standard privilege for the boys. This gave the boys a bit of time to relax and unwind after a long day at school. Knowing that channels such as Nickelodeon and Disney were available helped to assure me the kids were viewing age appropriate programs. What programming hour is most important for your children?

Weekend programming was important for our family time. Our boys were involved in sports and extra curricular activities that limited weeknight television time. Sunday afternoons were family time, which we usually watched a movie together. Have a wide selection of first-rate family movies was a top priority. How about you, what type of programming is important to your family?

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