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Tuesday's front-page of The Washington Post offered a positive profile of Comcast's chief lobbyist (and Democrat) David Cohen, the wonk rock star. The story's central idea was the notion that Cohen's offering of a low-income Internet service was a
TV News Brian Roberts has called it "the single most awesome asset" of NBC Universal...Throughout the yearlong quest to secure regulatory approval for the Comcast-NBC U merger, Comcast execs cited their commitment to supporting the journalistic
TV Los Angeles is being sold by NBC Universal to the investment firm Meruelo Group. The sale, announced on Wednesday, is subject to approval by the FCC, but it was anticipated ever since Comcast announced in December 2009 that it was acquiring a
Comcast Corp. made official what everyone in the media industry already knew. Its proposed deal to acquire control of General Electric Co.'s NBC Universal won't get through its regulatory review or close before the end of 2010. In a statement,
Top News Reps from Viacom met with FCC officials last week to express concerns that Comcast's proposed combination with NBC Universal would limit competition and independent programming. Smaller competitors like Bloomberg and DirecTV have been the
Fox, CBS and other broadcasters have long maintained that they deserve real money from cablers and satcasters because Big Four stations remain among the most-watched channels on the dial, no matter how many channels viewers have to choose from. There'