Comcast has issued a public apology to the Northern California man who says the cable giant got him fired from his accounting job after a bill dispute.
Joe Clancy has been appointed the new acting interim director of the Secret Service. He returns to the Capitol from Comcast Country.
Robert Smith, who heads community investment in the region for Comcast, says they’re also giving a break on the $10/month cost for the connection for half a year.
In a separate statement, Nutter praised Comcast as a great corporate citizen, and said the merger would lead to improved services in existing Comcast markets.
A case that goes before the Supreme Court today pits a web startup against broadcast companies in a fight that could shape the future of television.
The man who prosecutors say was the ringleader in a scam that ripped off Comcast for nearly $2.5-million has admitted his role in the crime.
Right now there is no high-def version of The Comcast Network (the former CN8) on Verizon FiOS systems. That means no Phillies or Flyers in HD when they’re on TCN.
Along with concerns over competition and the impact on customers, politics are part of the debate over Comcast’s bid for Time Warner Cable.
Chris discussed the demise of the Paycheck Fairness Act in the Senate, testimony in Congress on the Comcast merger with Time Warner, and Philadelphia’s ban on e-cigarettes. He talks to comedian Jon Lovitz and Greg Conley from the Heartland Institute.
omcast’s proposed merger with Time Warner Cable gets Senate scrutiny today: the judiciary committee will hold a hearing focusing on the impact on cable and Internet customers.
Continetti states there is a very tight relationship that exists between Comcast and the Democrats, both financially and on the air.
Chris discusses University of Connecticut basketball player Shabazz Napier’s assertion that athletes often go to bed hungry and Allyson Schwartz kicking off her ad campaign for Governor. He talks to Matthew Continetti from the Washington Free Beacon and filmmaker Phelim McAleer.
Comcast is set to unveil a new feature today for some customers in the Philadelphia area that the cable giant promises will put your favorite TV shows closer within reach when you’re at home or on the go.
Governor Corbett says he sees nothing wrong with states conducting their own review.
KYW Newsradio social media editor Melony Roy reports daily on what’s trending around the region and the world.