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.
Chris reviews the weekend’s festivities from CPAC, the latest on the missing Malaysian Airlines plane, and a new reality show on polygamy. He talks to Pennsylvania Lt. Governor Jim Cawley about alcohol sales privatization and Michael Bronstein and Colin Hanna on the Monday Morning Matchup.
KYW tech editor Ian Bush reports it’s to give the cable and Internet giant a leg up on the changing way we watch TV and other content.
Comcast says its customers are already seeing faster streams of ‘House of Cards’ and other Netflix video.
Chris covers the arrest of former sportscaster Don Tollefson, President Obama’s touting of trade schools, and Pizza Hut’s offer to a West Chester University student. He also talks to Tom McGrath from Philadelphia Magazine.
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.
Mayor Nutter presided as local firms signed what he called the “Philadelphia Jobs Compact.”