Entercom shareholders OK merger with CBS Radio, creating a 235-station company. Entercom CEO David Field says the $100 million in cost cuts related to the merger will not hurt the listener experience.
Comcast Corp. didn't give a reason but confirmed that it had dropped the Weatherscan channel. It tells subscribers to look for weather information on local television stations or the Weather Channel.
Entercom shareholders will vote Wednesday on the CBS Radio deal that could close Friday. Entercom shares have falled 30 percent this year due to skepticism about buying poorly performing radio stations.
Fort Collins residents said they want a municipal network that could offer faster speeds and lower prices. Comcast, one of the nation's largest internet providers, faces a growing municipal broadband movement in the progressive state.
Federal regulators side with Comcast Corp. in case brought by African-American religious cable channel.
Municipal broadband - or city-owned internet networks - is part of the political discussion in two cities: Seattle and Fort Collins, Colo. Comcast Corp. and other telecom giants opposed the networks.
Comcast names its Philadelphia e-sports team Fusion. But connecting with Philadelphia fans - which number between 300,000 to 500,000 - could be hard as the games will be played during the first year in California.
Telecoms back a bill that could streamline 5G deployment. Municipal officials are worried that the new pizza-box-size antennas will be "god-awful" to look at
One wild card for Comcast Corp.-owned NBC's airing of the Winter Olympics in South Korea could be North Korea's recent threats about nuclear weapons. But right now, ad sales are doing very well.
Sprint had sued the cable giant, saying Comcast had infringed on patents for internet-based phone service.
Comcast Corp. reversed recent gains in its pay-TV business in the third quarter but retained revenue and profit growth in its diversified portfolio of assets. It is now focusing attention on its internet business.
A federal judge in Harrisburg dismissed more than half the claims in former students lawsuits against the $14B Hershey School, a big win for the institution. Judge Connor agrees that the school's relationship with its minor students is contractual.
NBC News says that, in retrospect, it may have given up on the Harvey Weinstein story too easily.
The radio exec is telling advertisers that radio ads can improve with 18 principles and thoughtful feedback. Those who spend $12K on radio ads a year can take him up on his offer.