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  2. Comcast - Wikipedia

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    Overview Leadership. Comcast is described as a family business. Brian L. Roberts, the chairman, president, and CEO of Comcast, is the son of founder Ralph J. Roberts.Roberts owns or controls about 1% of all Comcast shares but all of the Class B supervoting shares, which gives him an "undilutable 33% voting power over the company".

  3. Xfinity - Wikipedia

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    Xfinity Voice (formerly Comcast Digital Voice) is a landline telephone service that was launched in 2005 in select markets, and to all of Comcast's markets in 2006. Comcast's older service, Comcast Digital Phone, continued to offer service for a brief period, until Comcast shut it down around late 2007.

  4. Hulu - Wikipedia

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    Hulu (/ ˈ h uː l uː /) is an American subscription streaming service owned by The Walt Disney Company.Launched on October 29, 2007, It offers a library of films and television series from networks such as CBS, ABC, NBC, or FX, as well as Hulu original content.

  5. Internet in the United States - Wikipedia

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    On June 6, 2010, the United States Court of Appeal for the District of Columbia in Comcast Corp. v. FCC ruled that the FCC lacks the authority as an information service, under the ancillary statutory authority of Title One of the Communications Act of 1934, to force Internet service providers to keep their networks open, while employing ...

  6. Net neutrality in the United States - Wikipedia

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    The ideas underlying net neutrality have a long pedigree in telecommunications practice and regulation. Services such as telegrams and the phone network (officially, the public switched telephone network or PSTN) have been considered common carriers under U.S. law since the Mann–Elkins Act of 1910, which means that they have been akin to public utilities and expressly forbidden to give ...

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  8. Sinclair Broadcast Group - Wikipedia

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    Comcast stated that it would not pay cash for retransmission rights, but was willing to barter, for example, promoting Sinclair stations on cable channels carried by Comcast devoid of any advertising payments by the company. On March 9, Comcast and Sinclair jointly announced a four-year deal for retransmission rights, expiring on March 1, 2011.

  9. AOL - Wikipedia

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    AOL My eAddress, a custom domain name for email addresses. These email accounts could be accessed in a manner similar to other AOL and AIM email accounts. Xdrive, which was a service offered by AOL, allowed users to back up their files over the Internet. It was acquired by AOL on August 4, 2005 and closed on December 31, 2008.