The case is taken up by the Supreme Court.
Bridget Cooks claims the company fired her after she complained about a racially hostile workplace.
Comcast announced that it will launch two new Black-owned TV networks. They would join Aspire and Revolt TV.
South Side Chicago Priest Claims Cable Co. Refuses To Fix Internet Service Due To Neighborhood Violence
Computer classes at his St. Sabina Church in the city's Englewood neighborhood were disrupted Wednesday morning over a slow Internet connection that made it difficult to complete tasks.
If your house is anything like mine (and let’s face it if you are reading a blog about technological installations, broadband speed and the like then it probably is), you’ll always be on the lookout for the next best thing. You want the quickest, the best, the most reliable, Which is where Comcast internet stands […]
A new plan launched by Comcast dubbed “Internet Essentials” will help low-income families afford the internet for just $10 a month. Comcast, whose lowest priced plans range between $40 and $60, have decided to bring the internet to more families across the country who can’t afford their current rates. The internet connection features 1.5 Mbps […]
A NEWSONE EDITORIAL The Rev. Al Sharpton and MSNBC are being attacked by critics for the network’s recent hiring of Sharpton to replace weekday host Cenk Uygur. We at NewsOne always liked Uygur, even before his MSNBC show. We consider ourselves to be political progressives. We like MSNBC’s forward lean, in word and often in […]
A recent editorial from The Daily Beast suggests that Rev. Al Sharpton’s endorsement of the Comcast/NBC merger is a somewhat conflict of interest, considering Comcast owns shares in his current employer Radio One, a black-owned niche. The Daily Beast Reports: He was trumpeting a merger that’s already paid dividends to Radio One and its affiliate […]
New York — Many corporate networks are trying to reach the African American segment and Comcast has tapped Burrell Communications to lead their efforts.
Washington — A minority media group is taking its opposition to the Comcast-NBC Universal merger directly to President Obama, citing his promises to foster diversity and fight corruption. The National Coalition of African American Owned Media (NCAAOM) bought a full page ad in the Washington Post on Monday panning the deal, which is under review […]
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