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How To Get HBO Without A Pricy Cable Plan image
Everyone loves a hidden menu, especially if it'll save them money, as may be the case with your cable provider, whether you know it or not. A report has made the rounds that gives subscribers to certain cable companies some helpful information on how to gain legal access to HBO without having to pay for a massive cable package.
Kelly West 2014-07-21
R.I.P FEARnet: Comcast Will Soon Fold The Network Into Chiller And Syfy image
Sensibly, a lot of FEARnet’s content will be moved to the similarly thriller-minded network Chiller, with some things possibly going to Syfy. Here’s an indicator of just how small the world is that Comcast is lording over: NBCUniversal launched Chiller a few months after FEARnet made its Halloween 2010 debut...
Nick Venable 2014-04-15
Comcast Voted Worst Company In America  image
In this population, we are all undeniably individuals, but one self-evident truth among most of us is that our cable and/or satellite providers are total crap. It’s bad weather knocking the dish out of service, or sports games blacked out, or pricing spikes without any rewarding blowback for consumers.
Nick Venable 2014-04-08
Comcast Is Buying Time Warner And That's Not As Bad As It Sounds image
Earlier this week, cable provider turned conglomerate Comcast announced an agreement to purchase Time Warner Cable for $45.2 billion via stock transaction. Not surprisingly, the agreement immediately sent shockwaves through the business community and led to more than a few consumers angrily shouting, “Really??!!??”. After all, how could less competition possibly be a good thing?
Mack Rawden 2014-02-13
Comcast Proposing New Pop-Up Anti-Piracy Measure image
Comcast's big idea is to set up a new system that would send pop-up messages to those attempting to illegally download films or TV programs. The content of the pop-up message would offer the downloaders a variety of options to access the content in a legal way. Currently, the company is trying to band together content owners and ISPs to create a trial run for the pop-up program. Assuming the trial run sees results, the program could become a more widespread thing
Jessica Rawden 2013-08-05
Catch Up On Game Of Thrones, Spartacus, Dexter And More During Comcast's Watchathon image
If you're a Comcast subscriber and you've been daydreaming of doing nothing by lounging around watching television for a full week straight, next week would be the week to do it. Comcast is offering Xfinity TV customers a virtual buffet of TV content with what they refer to as "the biggest-ever TV catch-up." This TV Watchathon will offer Comcast subscribers thousands of episodes of current TV shows, including premium cable series. Want to get caught up Game of Thrones before the fantasy-drama series returns for Season 3? This would be the week to do it.
Kelly West 2013-03-22
Sean Combs, Magic Johnson, Robert Rodriguez All Behind New Comcast Networks image
Comcast is set to launch four new networks in the coming years, all of them backed by minorities with a few big names on the list. We’ll get to enjoy a network from mogul Sean Combs, AKA Puff Daddy, AKA P. Diddy, AKA whatever he’s going by these days. And then there’s one from Magic Johnson, and two Latino-themed networks one of which is backed by Robert Rodriguez.
Leslie Kasperowicz 2012-02-21
Smash Series Premiere To Be Made Available Early For Comcast Subscribers image
If you’re eagerly awaiting the series premiere of NBC’s new musical drama Smash and you have Comcast, you won’t have to wait as long as everyone else to see the series premiere. Those with access to Xfinity TV will be able to see the Smash premiere three weeks earlier than its official TV debut on NBC.
Kelly West 2012-01-06
Versus To Become NBC Sports Network On January 2nd image
On Monday, January 2nd, Comcast-owned Versus will become NBC Sports Network. Since Comcast now owns NBC Universal, getting the big-four network involved with the cable channel should help NBC Sports Network continue to improve its programming. The name change will take place at 4 p.m. on the second, which will be pretty strange for those watching throughout the day.
Jessica Grabert 2011-12-30
Comcast And Bloomberg TV Up In Arms Over Channel Placement image
Comcast and Bloomberg TV are in the middle of a cat fight and both groups seem poised to pull out the sharp claws. The spat arose when Bloomberg TV began whining at Comcast about the channel’s position on cable television in relation to Comcast owned CNBC.
Jessica Grabert 2011-06-06
Comcast NBC Merger Approved image
The following story is news much in the same way as Reagan defeats Mondale was news. We all knew this was coming, but still, it's a monumental event and therefore worth reporting
Mack Rawden 2011-01-18
E And Style May Go Black On Dish Network image
Go ahead and add cable network blackouts to death and taxes under the soul-sucking inevitabilities column. It seems we can’t go a few weeks anymore without some television provider threatening to cutoff service for something
Mack Rawden 2010-12-31
Senator Worried Over NBC Comcast Merger image
Over the last few weeks, Democratic Senator Jay Rockefeller has been growing increasingly more concerned about a litany of television-related issues. Almost a month ago, he sharply criticized cable giants Fox News and MSNBC, saying he wished they'd just go away because it would be a “big favor to political discourse”.
Mack Rawden 2010-12-12
Premium Cable Looking To Deliver Online image
Hulu is the first truly successful attempt to bring network programming online in a convenient package. While still only available in America, the service has become a game changer for the networks who can recoup costs to some degree in online ads. Now that the general model has proven itself as viable the question remains what the future holds
Steve West 2009-03-28
Comcast Looking Into Super Bowl Porn Debacle image
For those of you who weren’t able to watch the game in high definition Sunday may have been treated to some extra content as the Super Bowl started up. Some Comcast customers watching the game on the standard definition feed were shown about ten seconds of porn. Comcast is now looking into whether or not the attack was malicious, or a mistake.
Steve West 2009-02-03
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