Kabletown dies a little on the inside.
You can't fault Comcast for not trying: they spent $17 million lobbying Washington last year.
Kabletown is doing its best to claw its way into our cable boxes.
In New York City, where a third of residents have no internet at all, politicians want Comcast to pay for broadband in public housing and community centers.
The cost of broadband is too damn high and Mayor De Blasio wants to do something about it.
There's nothing funny about 100,000 free On Demand titles, and certainly nothing amusing about 105 mbs guaranteed. Speeds like that are no joke.
Before this multimedia Rosemary's Baby inflicts its pain upon the world, the deal has to be approved by Congress, and it looks like one of the acquisition's biggest champions won't be there to cheer it on.
NY1 is not danger, at least!
A newer, bigger cable company to despise!
With so many still without power things like cable and internet aren't exactly on the top of people's minds. But if you lost yours last week you want to read this.
The Rev. Al Sharpton may be getting a hosting gig on MSNBC... and did you know that he lobbied the FCC, on behalf of MSNBC's parent company, Comcast, to approve its takeover of NBC?
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