At the Free Library branch on West Rittenhouse Square, during this first of six public forums this week, Comcast customers with pent-up frustrations sounded off.
“If the Department of Justice actually filed suit against Comcast, a lot of analysis of Comcast’s business practices would become part of the public record,” a public interest group’s attorney says.
Tanner Duckrey School now has more computer lab space for its young students, thanks to a partnership between KYW Newsradio 1060 and Comcast Corporation.
President Obama is taking a stand on Internet “toll roads,” and Comcast and other cable companies don’t like it one bit.
“It is our smartphones, it is Black Twitter, it is NetRoots, it is all of us,” said Temple University professor Chris Rabb. “It does not belong to one man, one person, one corporation, to one industry. It is ours.”
Prosecutors say Alston Buchanan employed more than two dozen people who would spread the word that, for an upfront payment, they could have their monthly Comcast bills reduced.
A judge sentenced Brandon Irving to 3-6 months behind bars for theft and conspiracy.
Philadelphia’s bustling soccer community includes a growing number of World Cup fans.
Demonstrators gathered outside Comcast Corporation’s annual shareholders’ meeting to show opposition to the company’s proposed merger with Time Warner Cable.
Prosecutors call Nicholas Caputo the lead salesman in a complex criminal enterprise that infiltrated the Comcast computer system to lower the bills of nearly 6,000 customers.
Comcast Corporation says more than 300,000 low-income families across the country have signed up for its reduced-cost Internet service — but notes that many more are eligible.
Today, the students at Constitution High School, near 7th and Chestnut Streets in center city Philadelphia, have a new, 10-laptop Dell computer lab.
“Project Not Me” is the name of a 12 month study that is aimed at helping those who are at risk for type-2 diabetes. More than 300 adults are being sought for the pilot program in two test markets including one in Philadelphia.
Comcast’s “Internet Essentials” is restricted to certain low-income families, but cuts the cost of getting online to $9.95/month.
The organization says it will work with the state and city to focus resources on the 24th, 25th, and 26th police districts.