Delegates Take Center Stage At DNC Protest, Comcast Targeted With Sit-InDelegates are taking center stage at a rally organized by Bernie Sanders supporters on the fourth day of demonstrations against the Democratic National Convention.
Netflix Coming To ComcastFormer foes Netflix and Comcast are now coming together as the popular streaming service and cable giant announce a new partnership.
Comcast Investigates Nationwide Internet, Cable OutageHundreds of South Floridians had their Comcast service interrupted for hours Monday morning.
Comcast Experimenting With Internet Data LimitJust three years after Comcast began offering unlimited service for home use, the nation's largest cable and broadband provider has begun charging extra for heavy data usage.
Universal's Theme Parks Hit Record Summer AttendanceA certain boy wizard and a band of 'fast and furious' drivers are being credited with helping boost attendance to record levels over the summer at the Universal's theme parks in Orlando and Hollywood.
Comcast To Launch Streaming Video ServiceIn an effort to compete with companies like Netflix and Amazon, Comcast will launch its own streaming video service for mobile devices.
Comcast To Offer Super Fast Internet Service Next Month Comcast customers in Miami-Dade, Broward and Palm Beach counties who rely on the cable giant for their internet will be getting some of the fastest net speeds in the country.
NBA Extends TV Deals With ESPN And TNT The NBA and its television partners couldn't wait to extend their contracts.
AT&T Agrees To Buy DirecTV In $48.5B Deal AT&T is slated to buy DirecTV for $48.5 billion.
Comcast Seeks To Buy Time Warner Cable For $45 BillionComcast Corporation announced plans Wednesday to purchase Time Warner Cable in a $45 billion deal that would create a cable industry goliath.
FCC To Measure Quality, Speed Of Mobile BroadbandThe Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has announced a new measurement program focused on mobile broadband.
Pay-TV Customers Cutting The CordSecond quarter numbers reportedly show that more than 400,000 pay-TV subscribers in the U.S. have dropped their service from DirecTV, Time Warner, Comcast, and more.