While Time Warner Cable’s Houston and Galveston systems are recovering nicely (Cfax, 9/27), the MSO’s Beaumont and Port Arthur, TX, systems face a tougher road. The areas sustained a lot of damage and power is not likely to come back for another 4-6 weeks. TW has contacted about half of the employees in the area; the status of their homes has not yet been verified, a TW rep said. As it tries to get technical and dispatch workers back into the area, the MSO will house about 75 employees and their families close to its facilities.

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