Rich reacts to a security video of ESPN’s Britt McHenry going on a tirade against a parking lot employee, a waiter fired in Texas for identifying a table of customers as ‘5 Black Guys,’ and the latest on Hillary Clinton’s Presidential campaign. He talked to Cora Currier from the Intercept, vaping advocate Greg Conley, and bio-ethicist Art Caplan.
Rich details the latest on the killing of Walter Scott by a South Carolina police officer, a New Jersey bar losing its liquor license and a battle between Comcast and DirecTV. He also talked to Ronica Cleary from FOX 29’s Chasers, Dr. Mazz, and Dri. Michael Smith from La Salle University.
Dr. 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.
Rich covers the case of a man killed by a police officer in South Carolina, the reaction to Rand Paul’s run for President, and the University of Michigan canceling a showing of American Sniper. He also talked to Shaneen Allen about her pardon from New Jersey Governor Chris Christie and Utah Senator Mike Lee about his new book, Our Lost Constitution.
City Council plans to hold a hearing on what some perceive to be foot-dragging by the Nutter Administration. At issue are looming negotiations between the city and Comcast on new franchise agreements in Philadelphia.
Rich covers Nevada Senator Harry Reid’s decision not to seek re-election, SEPTA agreeing to take anti-Muslim ads on their buses and a lawsuit that resulted from a negative online review. He also talked to Lenore Skenazy, author of the blog Free Range Kids.
Rich broadcasts from the Conservative Political Action Conference in Washington DC and talks with former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich, Amber Smith from Concerned Veterans for America, Arthur Brooks from the American Enterprise Institute, Carolyn Bolton from American Majority, and Grover Norquist from Americans for Tax Reform.
A plane towed a banner past company headquarters that said, “Comcast: Don’t Mess With the Internet.” It featured a picture of Grumpy Cat and the hashtags #SorryNotSorry and #NetNeutrality.
Comcast Vice President David L. Cohen blasted the Obama Administration to Chris Stigall on Talk Radio 1210 WPHT regarding the Federal Communication Commission’s vote on net neutrality.
Comcast executive vice president David Cohen says national companies will seek the promotional opportunity of the convention and give, but he says the city’s real advantage is supportive local leaders.
By Jim Donovan: So what company has the best reputation in America? Well according to a recent Harris Poll, drum roll please, the answer is Wegmans Food Markets. Wegmans took the top spot among the […]
In the battle for your TV screen, Comcast and Verizon could have new competition.
La Salle Prof. On Net Neutrality: If People Don’t Get What They Want, ‘Social Media Will Take Care Of This Pretty Quickly’
Rich Zeoli talked to Dr. William Weaver, Associate Professor of Integrated Science, Business, and Technology at La Salle University, on Talk Radio 1210 WPHT about the Federal Communication Commission’s proposed net neutrality rules.
Rich assessed President Obama’s disagreements with Israel Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, University policies addressing sexual assault on campus, and a domestic violence that will air during the Super Bowl. He talked to Dr. Katie Schultes about the damage being done to children by parents who do not vaccinate their children.
An agreement has been reached with the DRPA and Comcast to provide free WiFi service to customers on PATCO trains. If approved by the DRPA board, the service should be available by summer