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I AM APPLAUDED TO COMCAST CUSTOMER SERVICE THEY ARE OUTRAGEOUS IN THE TREATMENT OF CUSTOMERS LACK OF KNOWLEDGE OF LOCATION OF MANAGEMENT.
IN MY CASE THEY OUTRIGHT ARE INVOLVED IN DISCRIMINATING AGAINST ME AND REFUSE ME AS A CUSTOMER WITHOUT REASON.
I ALSO LOCATED MANY COMPLAINTS ABOUT THE VERY SAME ISSUE. I AM SENDING THIS TO CUSTOMER SERVICE AND THE CORPORATION OF COMCAST TO LET THEM KNOW THEY ARE NOT UP TO SNIFF AS I HAVE FILED A COMPLAINT WITH THE FCC.
IF YOU HAVE ANY COMPLAINT SEND THEM IN NOW BEHIND THIS ONE WITH WILL BE POSTED ON THEIR CORPORATE SITE
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If someone owed you $400 BILLION, would you really trust them to look out for your best interests? Currently, Comcast is trying to convince regulators that it's in consumers' best interest if they swallow up Time Warner, AT&T apparently wants to broker a grand compromise on net neutrality and several giant incumbents are arguing that public-run networks are the scourge of Satan. A just released book provides a mountain of data that suggests regulators should take great caution in assessing any potential deals and policies incumbents are advocating.
“The Book of Broken Promises: $400 Billion Broadband Scandal & Free the Net” exposes the broken promises of the telcos such as AT&T, Verizon and Centurylink, as well as some of the major cable companies. Bruce Kushnick, industry analyst and Exec. Dir. of New Networks Institute, examines incumbents' ‘commitments’ to rewire America's business and residential customers, and explains what we can expect as far as these key pending policy decisions are concerned.
A major challenge for community broadband advocates is to understand what all the jargon and legalese means to the folks working trying to get better broadband. What is net neutrality and how can advocates influence decisions about it? What's Title II, or Title I and why should they care? If the proposed Comcast-Time Warner merger is bad for broadband, how can we stop this train? Kushnick helps non-policy wonks understand some of the complexities of these key policy discussions.
This basketball show features coaches who have teams in the southern region of the NWAACC, one of the great community college basketball leagues in the entire country, also having east, west and north regions that encompass the great state of Washington and Oregon.
NWAACC basketball is as exciting as it gets and the after pre-league games in November and December, most league games in the southern region take place on Wednesday and Saturdays, with a few Mondays sprinkled in.
This show is hosted by veteran media personality Greg Crawford, who is the college basketball inside for CSNNW.com and Comcast SportsNet.
Access to internet can play an important role in the lives of children and adults. We have to always do as much as we can to give our society all that is required to reach life's successes.
Comcast is reaching out, and we're spreading the word.
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You may qualify if your child is eligible to participate in the National School Lunch Program.
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Anita Marks joined NBC Sports Radio in 2012 and serves as the host of The Anita Marks Show, weekends from Noon – 3 p.m. ET on NBC Sports Radio.
A 12 year veteran and pioneer of sports talk radio, Marks began her career in Miami, Fla. In 2006 Marks made her way to Baltimore, MD where her afternoon drive show was simulcast for four years on Comcast Mid Atlantic Sports Network. Marks joined WFAN in New York in 2010 and served as a host and reporter for shows on WFAN and Sirius XM.
We discuss the emergence and impact of women in sports media.
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MENTORING MINORITY MALES
Dr Frank Harris and Dr Luke Wood of San Diego State's Minority Male CC Collaborative are our guests
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Common Cause's Todd O'Boyle joined us today to discuss the proposed merger between cable giants Comcast and Time Warner. The resulting behemoth would have untold power over cable prices and internet content. Is this what the country really wants? Will the government ever allow it? The answers to these questions are important and rather disturbing. Under existing law, there's nothing to stop iternet providers from filter out sites that they find objectionable for any reason. Giving them more power just seems wrong.
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