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Comcast, NBC reportedly in Olympian battle over air rights

Perhaps someone read the fine print in a recent In-Stat report that stated, "Cable sports is valued significantly less than on-demand access to TV content or premium TV channels; more sports will not

Burke brings Comcast's sports aggressiveness to NBCUniversal

Sports has been very, very good to Comcast (Nasdaq: CMCSA) so it's not surprising that former COO Steve Burke, now in control of Comcast's crown jewel programming provider NBCUniversal, is looking at

BP trounces Comcast in 'Worst Company' competition

Defending "Worst Company in America" champion Comcast (Nasdaq: CMCSA) has been denied a chance to defend its crown, trounced in the Consumerist competition by BP, despoiler of the Gulf of Mexico. It

Comcast rolls out 105 Mbps Internet tier as OTT delivery gains speed

Comcast (NASDAQ:CMCSA) is leveraging its DOCSIS 3.0 technology, making a 105 Mbps high-speed Internet tier available to more than 40 million homes in a handful of major markets. The MSO said its

Comcast reaches 'worst company' Final Four

Comcast (Nasdaq: CMCSA) will face probably its toughest foe ever in the Consumerist Worst Company in America competition when it takes on BP in the Final Four. The other match is not cable related,

NCTC extends HITS agreement with Comcast Media Center

National Cable TV Cooperative (NCTC) members will have access to the HITS programming services in the wake of a new a new multi-year deal with the Comcast Media Center. NCTC members can sign up for

Oregon regulators encourage video consumers to choose Comcast over Frontier

If a $500 installation fee isn't enough to dissuade you from not signing up with Frontier's (NYSE: FTR) FiOS service, Washington County regulators are now advising would-be video customers to sign up

AT&T, Comcast say they are ready for 100 Gbps

Verizon's (NYSE: VZ) recent 100 Gbps deployments in both Europe and on select U.S. routes may have been gaining all of the attention, but AT&T (NYSE: T) and Comcast maintain they are on the same

Oregon regulators steer customers away from Frontier FiOS, towards Comcast

A $500 installation fee (up from $79) should be enough to discourage new subscribers from signing up for FiOS cable television from Frontier Communications (NYSE: FTR). If it's not, regulators in

Jersey Shore mom-and-pop motels desert Comcast, join DirecTV

Citing new equipment charges and billing policies, about 20 percent of 150-plus motels in the New Jersey summer resorts the Wildwoods have spurned long-time cable television provider Comcast (Nasdaq: