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  1. Sling TV says Comcast's NBC is blocking its adsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Seattle Post-Intelligencer

    ... ads: San Diego, San Francisco and Washington, D.C. Those stations are all network-owned by NBC, and NBC is owned by Comcast. In other words, Lynch says a cable company refused to run ads that would appeal to people who don't have - or maybe wish ...

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  2. The Car Will Be Apple's Next TriumphRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Benzinga

    One question that has been troubling Apple Inc. investors for quite some time is what is going to be the next growth driver for the company post the iPhone . Kara Swisher, Re/code co-executive editor, was on CNBC recently to discuss the products that have the potential to be the next growth driver for the company.

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  3. Can Brian Williams Bring Better Ratings to Comcast's MSNBC?Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday | TheStreet.com

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  4. Why Ironfire Capital's Founder Doesn't Own Apple And Doesn't Plan ToRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Benzinga

    Unlike several large and individual investors, Eric Jackson, Ironfire Capital, doesn't own any Apple Inc. stock and he doesn't see any reason to change that any time soon. "I like the company," Jackson stated.

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  5. NBC blocks Sling TV from running commercialRead the original story

    Friday | Business Journal

    The ad belonged to Sling TV, a company delivering internet based streaming TV that gives subscribers access to live cable channels. "Comcast had nothing to do with this decision," NBC spokesman Shawn Fedderman told the Philadelphia Business Journal in an email.

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  6. Sling TV says Comcast stopped NBC stations from airing its adsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Business Journal

    Sling TV says some Comcast-owned NBC stations won't air Sling TV's commercials for its no-contract, $20-per-month streaming Internet video service that offers slimmed-down bundles of cable channels. Douglas County-based Sling TV, a subsidiary of satellite TV company Dish Network Corp. , said Friday that NBC owned-and-operated stations in San Diego, San Francisco and Washington, D.C. rejected Sling TV commercials while ABC, CBS and Fox broadcast stations around the country that are network owned, as well as some independently-owned NBC affiliate stations, are running them.

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  7. Windows 10's New Feature Steals Your Internet BandwidthRead the original story

    Friday | Lauren Weinstein's Blog

    ... in other contexts, such as torrents for example -- but that's something you do voluntarily, of your own volition. Comcast uses the bandwidth of many Comcast users to turn modems in people's homes into public Wi-Fi access points. This has been highly ...

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  8. Samsung's Smartphones Falter as Rivals CircleRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | GuruFocus.com

    Samsung's continued domination of the smartphone niche is facing a major scare from other quarters in the industry. For a long time, the technology company has dominated the smartphone niche, but that edge seems to be losing its leverage over the rest of the players in the market.

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  9. Comcast Being Comcast, Apparently Blocking Sling TV AdsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Cinema Blend News

    We're at a point where just mentioning the name Comcast automatically lets anyone around know that some form of heinousness is about to be discussed, and that's not about to change with this story. It looks like the media mega-corporation has decided that airing commercials for Dish Network's Sling TV streaming service just doesn't work for them, and so they've apparently banned the ads from airing on Comcast-owned NBC stations.

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  10. Comcast's NBC blocks Sling TV ads, Dish saysRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | West Australian

    Dish Network Corp said on Friday that Comcast Corp's broadcast television network NBC is not airing ads promoting its Sling TV video streaming service in some markets. While NBC, part of Comcast's NBCUniversal film and TV unit, has banned Sling TV ads, other major networks such as ABC, CBS, Fox are running its commercials, Sling TV CEO Roger Lynch said in a blog post.

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  11. Comcast May Invest In BuzzFeed To Chase Younger Viewer MarketRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Seeking Alpha

    NBCUniversal is shifting to include more online media, and Comcast has to build up its offering of shows and entertainment, such as the new streaming internet TV service called Stream. Comcast may be considering investing as much as $250 million into the popular BuzzFeed news media site.

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  12. Internet TV Chief Admonishes 'Old TV' Cable Company...Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday | TheBlaze.com

    The familiar cable conglomerate, which is the parent company of NBC, has reportedly told Sling TV that it will not run the small start-up's ads on NBC owned and operated stations in major cities across the country. This Feb. 11, 2011 file photo shows the Comcast logo on one of the company's vehicles, in Pittsburgh.

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  13. Telecom Lobbyists Ignore 2,000 FCC Complaints, Demand Governent Undo Net Neutrality In LawsuitRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | ThinkProgress

    ... a month after the net neutrality rules became effective, customers have filed 2,000 complaints with the FCC against Comcast, AT&T, and other internet providers: "The Comcast modem is such crap that we can't even access the Internet," one complaint ...

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  14. Comcast-owned NBC stations say 'no' to Sling TV adsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | PC World

    Comcast must not have liked what it saw in Sling TV's new ad campaign, which provides an unflattering view of the cable-TV industry. According to Sling TV, Comcast-owned NBC has refused to air Sling TV ads on its owned-and-operated stations in several markets, including San Diego, San Francisco, and Washington D.C..

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  15. Sling Says Comcast's NBC O&Os Won't Run Its Ads Criticizing CableRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Deadline

    Sling took a shot at Comcast -owned NBC today, charging that - in contrast to ABC, CBS, and Fox - its owned stations won't accept ads for the Dish Network-owned service's low-priced streaming TV package. The inaugural campaign, introduced last week, playfully likens cable companies to schoolyard bullies that force customers to agree to long-term contracts, and expensive programming bundles with hidden fees and poor customer service.

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  16. Sling TV Says Comcast Is Blocking Its Anti-Comcast AdsRead the original story

    Friday | Wired

    Sling TV, the internet television company owned by Dish Network, recently launched its first marketing campaign: a set of ads that urge American to "Take Back TV" from old-school cable players like Comcast and Time Warner. But according to Sling, you won't see the ads on certain NBC stations, because NBC's parent company won't show 'em.

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  17. FCC Already Getting Thousands Of Net Neutrality ComplaintsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | [H]ard OCP

    ... ces. According to the National Journal, a lot of the ire has been directed at a predictable list of offenders: AT&T, Comcast and Verizon -- a company that now owns AOL.

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  18. Fitbit: A One-Trick Pony?Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Seeking Alpha

    As such, Fitbit could be classified as a momentum stock, and the punishment could be severe if Fitbit fails to deliver. I'm wary of one-trick ponies, especially companies that are one-trick ponies.

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  19. Is Apple More Vulnerable Than Microsoft To Trends In Mobile? ProbablyRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Seeking Alpha

    SA Author Benedict Evans wrote a terrific article setting out the need for Microsoft to capitulate in order to clear the decks to rebuild itself in an increasingly mobile world but failing to suggest just how Microsoft might do that. Evans points out quite accurately that consumers don't really want or need Windows or Office any more, are increasingly turning to mobile for their wants and needs, and while the desktop or laptop may have a future that future is - like the fax machine - on the wane.

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  20. Concentration ConsternationRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Seeking Alpha

    Earlier this week, The Wall Street Journal pointed out that a mere six stocks , Google , Apple , Facebook , Gilead, and Disney) had accounted for more than 100% of the S&P 500's year-to-date gains. This degree of concentration is said to raise "concerns about the health of the market's advance."

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