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Tea Party wants 60k protesters at Comcast shareholders meeting [Comcast Roundup]

"A tea-party group has invited 60,000 activists in Philadelphia to express their displeasure with the left-leaning network directly to Comcast CEO Brian Roberts when he meets investors there next week."

The Gowanus Canal, outside the Gowanus Industrial Arts Complex on 9th Street. (Photo by Brady Dale)

Conservatives Plan Anti-MSNBC Protest at Comcast Shareholders Meeting [Fox News] “A tea-party group has invited 60,000 activists in Philadelphia to express their displeasure with the left-leaning network directly to Comcast CEO Brian Roberts when he meets investors there next week.” Also: Philebrity’s take.

Comcast’s Krone-y Capitalism [Philly.com] Quoting from an article in The Nation: “In 2008, Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, a Nevada Democrat, hired one of Comcast’s chief lobbyists, David Krone. In 2010, he named him chief of staff. In an arrangement The Wall Street Journal described as “unusual,” Comcast paid Krone over $2.9 million in severance and salary, in addition to $1.2 million for the purchase of his Philadelphia condo, which Comcast later sold at a loss.”‘

Uh-oh: AT&T and Comcast are ecstatic about the FCC’s new chairman [Ars Technica]

 

 

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