- Blind Comcast exec developing a talking TV channel guide [Philadelphia Inquirer] “Comcast expects the talking guide to come with its next-generation X2 platform in 2014. […] Comcast also market-tested the guide with 20 average-Joe-type sight-impaired individuals in Philadelphia, arranged by the Associated Services for the Blind and Visually Impaired.”
- Inside Comcast’s $30 Billion TV Bet [Wall Street Journal] “In the two years since Comcast Corp. bought NBCUniversal, [NBCUniversal CEO Steve] Burke has shown a zeal for shaking things up with little sentimentality, weeding out some of the company’s most well-known personalities in the process.”
- Comcast Ventures’ Adit Singh Heads To Foundation Capital To Focus On Enterprise Investments [TechCrunch] “After raising $282 million for its seventh fund, Foundation Capital is adding a new partner to its ranks — Adit Singh, a former investor and senior associate with Comcast Ventures, will be an investment partner at the firm.”
- Oops: Comcast forgot that court records are public documents [Washington Post] “An agent for Comcast has threatened to sue the technology blog TorrentFreak over its coverage of one of the Web’s biggest copyright trolls. The cable company is also putting pressure on TorrentFreak’s Web host to take the blog offline. Unfortunately, Comcast, or a company that helps enforce its copyrights online, doesn’t seem to understand how public records work.”
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