Chris Stigall spoke with economist and Temple professor Joel Maxcy this morning on Talk Radio 1210 WPHT about Comcast’s attempt to purchase Time Warner Cable.
The merger would put the Philadelphia-based industry giant in tens of millions of homes in most major cities.
Cable 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.
Most cable outages are power related and customers should have cable when the lights go back on.
Chris covers the arrest of the “Swiss Cheese Pervert,” the latest on Obamacare enrollment numbers, and the death of two sitcom stars. He talks to Steve Cordasco on Finance Friday, Ray Didinger about the NFL playoffs, and Gabriel Sherman, author of the Loudest Voice in the Room.
Chris Stigall spoke with Comcast Executive Vice President David L. Cohen this morning on Talk Radio 1210 WPHT about plans to construct a new $1.2 billion office tower in Center City.
Chris reviewed the Senate Intelligence report on Benghazi, NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell’s comments on marijuana, and talked to Comcast Executive Vice President David Cohen about plans to build a new tower in Center City.
Feeling more like the Grinch than Cindy Lou Who this year? Up your levels of holiday cheer at these local seasonal events.
Mayor Nutter presided as local firms signed what he called the “Philadelphia Jobs Compact.”
PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – Flyers fans can skate for free at several area rinks this weekend. Comcast-Spectacor is offering two hours of free skating from 12:30 p.m. to 2:30 p.m. at any of the four Flyers […]
Chris discusses a New York Times story on the dysfunction at the Clinton Foundation, an escaped snake in Swarthmore, and Corey Booker’s standing among Democrats. He also talks to Bennett Levin, the former Commissioner of L&I, about his request for an apology from Mayor Michael Nutter.
The offer is part of Comcast’s “Welcome Back” campaign to welcome Jersey Shore customers back after Hurricane Sandy.
Every time you turn around it seems that companies are increasing a fee here, boosting a bill there. And one cost may come as a surprise.
The digital divide is a very real thing in Philadelphia.
Customers who plug right into the wall to get their cable signal will have to get a converter box.