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  • Comcast loses fewest TV customers in 8 years

    Comcast is trumpeting its best year for traditional TV services in nearly a decade, even though it continues to lose TV subscribers.


  • Comcast chooses Liberty Lake site

    Comcast has chosen Liberty Lake for its new customer service center. The Internet and cable TV company will build an 80,000-square-foot facility in the Meadowwood Technology Park, Comcast announced Wednesday.


  • Comcast to build Spokane call center, creating 675 jobs

    Comcast will build a new call center in the Spokane area that brings 675 jobs to the region, the company announced Tuesday. The Internet and cable television company hasn’t selected …


  • Comcast to add 675 jobs in Spokane area with new call center

    Comcast will build a new call center in the Spokane area that brings 675 jobs to the region, the company announced today.


  • Comcast launches investment company

    PHILADELPHIA – Michael Angelakis, the top Comcast Corp. executive who headed the negotiations for NBCUniversal and Time Warner Cable Inc., will leave his post to head a new Comcast-controlled company …


  • The Dirt

    Rosauers adding Suncrest store Spokane’s Rosauers Supermarkets is building a $3.1 million store in the Suncrest area in Stevens County.


  • Comcast reports that service is restored following Internet outages

    An outage of Internet service is affecting about 10,000 Spokane-area customers, the company said Thursday morning.


  • Comcast fights FCC rate caps in Spokane area

    The company that has the exclusive right to provide cable TV services in Spokane says it no longer should have to follow federal price regulations. Comcast, which provides cable services …


  • Comcast TV customers must get cable box

    Comcast Corp. is converting its last group of analog TV signals to digital later this month. The company is contacting about 2,500 customers in Spokane who receive “limited basic” channels …


  • Comcast to buy GE’s 49 pct stake in NBCUniversal

    LOS ANGELES — Comcast said today that it’s buying General Electric’s 49 percent stake in the NBCUniversal joint venture for $16.7 billion several years early, as the company takes advantage …


  • Broadband providers aim to educate users of benefits

    Now that broadband is finding its way into nearly every corner of Washington, the focus is turning to using the technology to the fullest potential.


  • KAYU blacked out on DirecTV over fee dispute

    A contract fight has unplugged KAYU-TV’s programs from DirecTV subscribers in the Spokane and North Idaho region. A blackout – which began Aug. 13 – leaves DirecTV customers in need …


  • Motley Fool: Comcast losing ground as entertainment leader

    Investors adored Comcast’s (Nasdaq: CMCSA) recent quarterly report: Revenue grew by 7 percent. Operating profits climbed even higher. Share buybacks will be beefed up. The dividend is rising considerably. But …


  • Comcast offering Japan TV news updates

    Area Comcast subscribers can stay current on developments in Japan by watching Japan TV on Channel 245. Comcast and managers of Japan TV agreed to make the service freely available …


  • Cougar football game a no-show on Spokane cable

    The WSU-Montana State football telecast was affected by technical problem, according to Fox Sports Northwest.


  • Comcast upgrades broadband for businesses

    Comcast Corp. is rolling out a very fast broadband service for Spokane County businesses. Comcast calls it 100 Mbps Business Class Internet service; company spokesman Walter Neary said the new …


  • Theft interrupts cable service

    The theft early Thursday of fiber-optic cable lines left between 5,000 and 7,000 Comcast customers in northeast Spokane without television, high-speed Internet and phone services. Comcast crews restored services in …


  • Cable theft cuts services to Comcast customers

    The theft early today of fiber-optic cable lines left an estimated 5,000 to 7,000 Comcast customers in northeast Spokane without television, high-speed Internet and phone services.


  • Most Comcast prices going up

    Most of Spokane’s Comcast subscribers will see price increases in their Internet and video services effective in August, the cable company announced. Comcast’s last price increase went into effect October …


  • Spokane Valley council still on the air

    A unanimous yes vote from the Spokane Valley City Council Tuesday will allow the rebroadcasting of council meetings on Comcast Channel 14 to continue until the end of July. The …


  • Council may suspend project

    The Spokane Valley City Council hit on several different items during Tuesday’s council meeting, including another discussion on the future of the Broadway Avenue Safety Project. The council voted to …


  • Broadcast costs weighed

    A discussion on whether or not to broadcast the Spokane Valley City Council meetings received a lukewarm reception Tuesday, with some Council members strongly in favor of it and others …


  • Council looks at TV fees

    In their enthusiasm to spare residents from anything that smacks of a tax increase, no amount is too small to come up for debate for the newest members of the …


  • Comcast gives Spokane Web users a usage meter

    If you use Comcast for your Web service, the online tool at http://customer.comcast.com will track your monthly data consumption


  • Comcast strikes deal to buy NBC Universal

    HOLLYWOOD – In a momentous shift in the balance of power of the entertainment industry, cable television giant Comcast Corp. on Thursday made it official by announcing that it was …


  • Comcast rates to increase for cable, modems

    Comcast Corp. is raising Spokane cable rates an average of 2.7 percent starting Oct. 6, the company said Tuesday. In addition to rate hikes for TV viewers, subscribers with a …


  • Comcast to raise Spokane cable rates

    Comcast Corp. is raising Spokane cable rates an average of 2.7 percent starting Oct. 6, the company said Tuesday.


  • Qwest upgrading DSL across Spokane County

    Qwest Communications Inc. is upgrading its fiber network across Spokane County this summer, eventually doubling Internet speeds for residential or business customers. Up to now, Qwest’s DSL service provided speeds …


  • Qwest plans to double broadband speeds in Spokane

    Qwest trying to compete with Comcast for Spokane’s broadband customers


  • Comcast adds torrent of HD

    Spokane cable TV customers can dive into dozens of new high-definition channels to be offered by Comcast Corp. starting Aug. 5. Depending on subscribers’ cable packages, viewers will be able …

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