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Comcast Cable Television: Largest Telecom Company in the US

Comcast Cable has risen to become the largest telecommunication company in the Unites States since it began in 1963. Its offerings have expanded to include broadband telephone, broadband internet, and digital televisions. Comcast remains on the cutting edge of the technology and continues to deliver the newest technology to its users.

The history of Comcast Cable

Comcast was founded in Tupelo, Mississippi by Daniel Aaron, Julian A. Brodsky, and Ralph J Roberts but was originally known as American Cable Systems. Then in 1969, they moved the company headquarters to Pennsylvania and became known as the Comcast Corporation.

With the move came the company's drive to realign their programming and as a result of those efforts, Comcast joined with a few other companies and became major shareholders of Comcast SportsNet, Comcast-Spectator, E! Entertainment Television, G4, Style Network, and the Golf Channel. Comcast now serves over 23.3 million cable TV subscribers alone and millions of other customers who use their other services.

Services provided by Comcast Cable

Comcast cable provides its viewers with hundreds of channels both Us channels and those from outside of the states. In addition to that, the company also offers enhanced services such as HDTV (high definition television), On Demand TV, the On Screen Guide, parental controls and Family Tier.

High definition television provides unmatched clarity which is over 5 times the resolution of regular televisions. In fact HDTV is the greatest leap in television technology since the introduction of color TV.

Comcast also offers the On Demand service which lets the viewer browse through hundreds of movies and shows by using the digital cable box. The parental control uses a V chip which screens out adult only channels so parents don't have to worry about their kids changing channels and watching television unsupervised.

If you are thinking of switching to Comcast, check their website or give them a call and ask about their current specials. You might be able to get a special deal of a reduced rate for a few months. When it is time to pay your bill you can do so conveniently online on their website. Comcast is the largest telecommunications company in the United States and offers the latest technology so you know you will get the best cable has to offer if you choose them to provide your cable service. You can even take advantage of bundled offers and save extra money by getting your cable broadband and broadband telephone through them as well.

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TV ratings: NBC's 'America's Got Talent' wins the night - Los Angeles Times

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TV ratings: NBC's 'America's Got Talent' wins the night
Los Angeles Times
Adam Richman's NBC reality show "Food Fighters" jumped 30% from its premiere last week in the key demo, increasing its rating from 1.0 to 1.3. With about 4.7 million viewers, it was the fourth most watched show of the night both in the key demo and ...
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Another World Cup Surprise: TV Ratings - Businessweek


Another World Cup Surprise: TV Ratings
Whatever the ratings for the final match in Rio de Janeiro on July 13, the 2014 FIFA World Cup in Brazil has been a record-setting success on television in the U.S. The match between the U.S. and Portugal on ESPN on June 22 drew a record audience for ...
World Cup Broadcasting Rights Pay Off For ESPN, UnivisionWUWM

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World Cup Continues to Set Ratings Records - Television Week (blog)


World Cup Continues to Set Ratings Records
Television Week (blog)
ESPN racked up its highest rating ever for a World Cup match with Tuesday's clash between Belgium and Team USA. Deadline.com reports that the match delivered a "network record 9.6 overnight rating, making it the highest overnight rating for a World Cup ...
World Cup: US-Belgium Scores Ratings CoupMultichannel News
US-Belgium game draws 21.6 million TV viewersCapital New York
USA-Belgium: Second Most-Viewed Men's Soccer Telecast Ever in USThe Futon Critic
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Anne State signs off at WITI-TV Fox 6 - OnMilwaukee.com


Anne State signs off at WITI-TV Fox 6
SUMMER RATINGS: Because of our need to take advantage of the nice weather days in Wisconsin and get out and about, our collective hours spent viewing television are down when compared to the rest of the year. But when we do take the time to watch, the ...

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Networks Compete Against Themselves as Time-Shifted Viewing Spikes - Variety


Networks Compete Against Themselves as Time-Shifted Viewing Spikes
... playback viewing that occurs during primetime hours has reached the point where the DVR now ranks as the No. 1 network. The ratings generated by viewers opting to watch time-shifted programs — from across the television dial — are equivalent to ...

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TV ratings: ABC's 'The Bachelorette' woos viewers with finale, special - Los Angeles Times

TV ratings: ABC's 'The Bachelorette' woos viewers with finale, special
Los Angeles Times
This year's interview special beat out the season finale, drawing in roughly 7.9 million viewers, according to Nielsen ratings. With a rating of 2.1 in the key demo, the special tied with NBC's "American Ninja Warrior" for No. 1 most viewed of the ...