Monday, February 19, 2007

In the Internet age, Comcast expands fare to stay relevant - The Boston Globe

 Timely snapshot

As the entertainment landscape changes, cable giant Comcast Corp. is aggressively expanding its offerings to compete against a slew of new challengers, from YouTube.com to Verizon.

The battle to control the living room television -- once the domain of cable and satellite television companies -- is rapidly becoming a free-for-all, as the Internet offers people opportunities to bypass channel-surfing by directly downloading TV shows and movies.

Source: In the Internet age, Comcast expands fare to stay relevant - The Boston Globe

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