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Comcast spends $1.3 billion on advertising in first nine months of 2011

Comcast (Nasdaq: CMCSA) spent $1.3 billion advertising its Xfinity TV brand and other products during the first nine months of 2011, making it the fourth biggest media buyer during the period, Kantar

Comcast's CEO Roberts hit with $500,000 fine for stock deal

Here's one way to lower your tax burden at the end of the year. Comcast (Nasdaq: CMCSA) chief executive Brian Roberts will pay a $500,000 fine for allegedly violated pre-merger reporting and waiting

Facing justice

A US man faces a three year probation for showing pornography on a broadcast of the Superbowl in 2009.   Frank Tanori Gonzalez pleaded guilty to computer tampering duri

Comcast to shop triple play at 'Xfinity Live' entertainment complex

In one of its biggest efforts yet to market its Xfinity line of products to consumers through retail outlets, Comcast (Nasdaq: CMCSA) plans to open a 60,000 square foot "Xfinity Live" entertainment

Verizon to buy Cox's AWS spectrum for $315M

Cox Communications said it will sell 20 MHz of its AWS spectrum covering 28 million POPs to Verizon Wireless (NYSE:VZ) for $315 million. The deal comes two weeks after Verizon agreed to pay $3.6

Comcast expands IPv6 rollout to Illinois, Florida, Pennsylvania, New Jersey

Following the launch its first IPv6 service in San Francisco in October, Comcast (Nasdaq: CMCSA) has deployed the new Internet communications protocol to subscribers in Illinois, Florida,

Bright House, Comcast, Verizon team up on local ad sales in Tampa

Bright House Networks is teaming up with rival Verizon (NYSE: VZ) to sell local cable advertising in the Tampa, Fla., market. The cable MSO has formed an advertising interconnect in Tampa that will

Comcast eyes multiplatform investments

Comcast (Nasdaq: CMCSA) is looking to make investments in companies that could help it deliver programming to mobile devices, according to Amy Banse, the head of its Comcast Venture subsidiary. Banse

Copps may be resigning, but he's not retiring in outlook on mediascape

FCC Commissioner Michael Copps, who is resigning from his post at the end of the month, said about media outlets, "There are hundreds of different puppets, but it's the same ventriloquist in

CBS gains retransmission leverage with New York duopoly

In a deal that could result for increased retransmission-consent fees for pay TV distributors in the New York area, CBS Television Stations said Monday afternoon that it signed a deal to acquire