By Ginger Adams Otis
The revolution will not be televised on Spectrum-Time Warner Cable after 1,700 of its workers in New York and New Jersey went on strike Tuesday.
The technicians with Local Union No. 3 International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers service Spectrum-TWC field equipment — keeping customers’ internet and cable service up and running.
“There’s a lot of old equipment out in the field itself and if that goes down it will impact customers,” said Derek Jordan, business agent with International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Local 3.
“If there are outages, troubles with modems, things like that, our workers are usually the ones who fix things,” he added.
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Source: The New York Daily News (via The Empire Report)