La Salle Professor Weighs In On DirecTV's Decision To End Advertising Campaign Featuring Rob LoweDr. Michael Smith, Associate Professor of Communication at La Salle University, addressed DirecTV's decision to end its advertising campaign featuring actor Rob Lowe after complaints leveled by Comcast.
Zeoli Show Log 1.6.15Rich discussed John Boehner's re-election as Speaker of the House, New Jersey Governor Chris Christie coming under scrutiny after his appearance in Dallas Cowboy's Owner Jerry Jones' private box, and a new way to cut the chord to cable. He also talked to Dr. Walter Schubert from La Salle University about how falling gas prices will impact the economy.
Mayor Nutter Comes Out In Support Of Proposed Comcast Merger With Time WarnerIn a separate statement, Nutter praised Comcast as a great corporate citizen, and said the merger would lead to improved services in existing Comcast markets.
DRPA: Component To Construction Work Fell From Ben Franklin Bridge Around 12 p.m., a piece of the safety equipment that goes under the rail fell onto I-676 WB where it splits from I-95 NB.
As Power Comes Back On, Many Cable Customers Still Blacked OutCable outage reports generally don't come in until the power comes back on. And, just as it is with your power company, your cable company won't know your service is out unless you report it.
No Power Means No Cable As Olympic Games BeginMost cable outages are power related and customers should have cable when the lights go back on.
Visitors To The Shore Can Enjoy Free WiFi Starting FridayThe offer is part of Comcast's “Welcome Back” campaign to welcome Jersey Shore customers back after Hurricane Sandy.
3 On Your Side: Saving Money By Streaming Video And TV ShowsWeb video is all the craze these days. Movies, shows and more, and it can save you money on your cable bill! But figuring out how it works can be confusing.
Comcast President: Usage-Based Pricing Is 'Nickel-And-Diming'Most cell service providers charge you more to use more data. Some cable companies are talking about getting in on that action -- but apparently not Comcast.