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  • Comcast Corporation : A Worldwide Media Source And Technology Corporation

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    Comcast Corporation Rikki Wooten Due Date: 5/1/2017 Introduction Comcast Corporation is a Worldwide media source and technology corporation that has two primary businesses: Comcast Cable and NBCUniversal. Comcast Cable also known as Xfinity is the cable television offered from Comcast Corporation. They provide broadband internet and also landline telephones for residents. Comcast also supplies their services to small and medium size businesses, through its Comcast Business brand. Comcast

  • Essay on Comcast Marketing Strategy

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  • Entertainment And Media Industries : Case Study

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    Professor Sunder Entertainment and Media Industries Case Study: Comcast Background: Founded by Ralph J. Roberts in 1963 by Daniel Aaron and Julian A. Brodsky, Comcast began with the purchase of 1,200-subscriber cable system in Tupelo, MS (Shareholder).Today, Comcast Corporation is the largest cable TV company, and home internet service provider (Media Data Base). In 2002, Comcast acquired all assets of AT&T Broadband, thus making Comcast the largest cable television company in the United States with

  • The Pros And Cons Of Comcast

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    company has introduced some new products. Comcast launched a constant guard, a security program designed to help protect its high-speed internet users from online threats. Comcast also launched a beta version of Fancast Xfinity TV, its online television service. The Xfinity service gives subscriber access to hours of content not previously available online. Comcast also took the opportunity of the market trend and added to its mobile content. It released Comcast Mobile app 2.0, which includes a remote

  • Comcast : Global Media And Technology Company With Two Primary Businesses

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    Looking at the media giant that is Comcast, the first thing that often comes into mind is the realization of how massive and intricate of a corporation it is. Comcast, as a business, defines itself as a “global media and technology company with two primary businesses: Comcast Cable and NBCUniversal” (Comcast Corporation). In the industry, Comcast provides the most residential and business telephone, Internet, and video services nation wide (Reese and Anderson, "Comcast - Broadband Service”). Coupled

  • Customer Service Quality At Comcast Corporation Essay

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    good quality customer service can have a negative impact on any company, from fast food restaurants to large corporations with call centers. Looking at Comcast Corporation as a specific example of poor customer service quality, we will identify the source of the negative impact and provide different options for improvement of quality within the call center. Comcast Corporation started out as a small cable company and grew tremendously to the number one company in internet and cable providers. This

  • Comcast Corporation : An American Multinational Mass Media Company

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    Comcast Corporation, formerly registered as Comcast Holdings,[note 1] is an American multinational mass media company and is the largest broadcasting and largest cable company in the world by revenue.[2] It is the second largest pay-TV company after the AT&T-DirecTV acquisition, largest cable TV company and largest home Internet service provider in the United States,[9] and the nation 's third largest home telephone service provider. Comcast services U.S. residential and commercial customers in 40

  • Comcast : A Dominant Theme

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    Comcast is now a nationally recognized name, but before Comcast became an empire, it was a small cable station with 1200 subscribers in Tupelo, Mississippi. Ralph Roberts bought the small cable station 1963 during a poker game with some friends. Throughout the years, Comcast has been able to grow and expand with the new technological developments and consumer appetite. Comcast has branched out from cable and entered the high-speed internet provider market, the telephone communications service as

  • Comcast And Time Warner Cable Merger Essay

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    Comcast and Time Warner Cable Merger Haley Miller, April Brooks-Price, Heather Henley, Germaine Wright, and Anthony Young American InterContinental University Abstract Included in this paper the firms I the proposed merger are described thoroughly. Annual sales and extent of their operations are listed. The incentives to consolidate from the firm’s point of view are shown. The product, production methods, scale of production, and sources for raw materials are described along with the

  • Net Neutrality John Oliver Analysis

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    creator and content. In John Oliver’s “Net Neutrality: Last Week Tonight with John Oliver (HBO),” John Oliver summarizes the importance of protecting net neutrality. If net neutrality did not exist, then it allows for the large companies, such as Comcast and Time Warner Cable, to discriminate and bandwidth throttle the data speeds for loading various contents. John Oliver presents the topic of net neutrality to the audience or viewer in a comedic fashion; however, John Oliver simultaneously informs