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Larry O'Connor: Comcast Makes an Enemy of Mark Levin
"Money that's why you don't hear Mark Levin tonight thanks Comcast enemy of the country Comcast is in my opinion I'm Larry O 'Connor give me that opinion by the way alright great so if you're like me and you're wondering okay I know how I feel about this news story I what I know what think is going on and I just told you I just laid out in no uncertain terms how how this is obfuscation this is they're playing their own show game here at the Justice Department in the Biden administration this corrupt there presidency should be a special counsel for President Biden there should be a special counsel for Bear Cardon there should be a counsel special for David Weiss instead David Weiss himself is being named the special counsel by Merrick Garland and I know everybody's well it doesn't matter it doesn't matter my Eeyore Republicans my Eeyore Conservatives none of it matters nothing good will come of it this is all bad news I'm telling you there's hope and I'm telling you there's good you news and know how you know how
Fresh "Comcast" from WTOP 24 Hour News
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Mark Levin: Adam Schiff Should Have Been Expelled From the House
"Malcontents and miscreants all Democrats that's what he did they will come to his defense the way they've come to Hunter Biden's defense the way they've come to Joe Biden's defense in the way in my view they probably would have come to the defense of the Rosenbergs Sacco and Vancetti you name it because my in view they hate America too in my view Joe Scarborough Mika Brzezinski hate this country which is why they do and say what they do in my view this mediate site hire these swine because hates it hates the country why in my view the board of directors are a Comcast they hate hate America why would they have this MSNBC one piece of crap another on their trashing the country we're not crashing the counter just a republic yeah I understand remember I didn't write this book for them wrote it for so Kevin McCarthy
Fresh "Comcast" from WTOP 24 Hour News
".com to learn more. This is Tara Durant, candidate for state senate and I pay for this ad. I -38, tied for traffic and weather on the eights and when it breaks, Dave Dildine in the GOP traffic center. On the Capitol Beltway, slow rush hour traffic on the out loop from Springfield to the Wilson Bridge, Landover to Greenbelt, Bethesda to the Legion Bridge and from Tysons to Annandale. And on that last segment of Beltway the in Fairfax County, the team at the 495 express lanes wants you to know to save time you can hop on the express lanes now. Other way, clockwise on the inner loop, routine traffic delays from Route 7 across the river up to River Road between Wisconsin the and New Hampshire Avenue exits, sauntered off through College Park, Greenbelt and Landover. In College Park, westbound crash on University Boulevard at Rhode Island Avenue. One lane is getting by under Authority direction. I -270 northbound from the Beltway to Germantown. Traffic is filled in, certainly slow going. Only one crash in Gaithersburg needing an ambulance this afternoon. That is clear, all lanes open, packed on 270. Columbia to Ellicott City, Route 29 northbound, heavy and slow. One went sideways north of 108. The left lane is still blocked on 29 north. In the district, a broken down bus on 16th street of Military Road is clear. 395, 695, 295, heavy traffic, nothing blocking to and from the Anacostia and Potomac River bridges. In Arlington southbound on 110 across from Iwo Jima, the crash is getting towed. Heavy traffic on the GW Parkway through the long term work zone and on 66th, slowest westbound once again through Centreville. Is Is it possible that fast internet could take your business to the next level with Comcast Business next level speed isn't just possible, it's happening. Dave Doldine, WTLP traffic. And we've got the forecast with 7 News First Alert with meteorologist Steve Rudin. mostly sunny skies for the remainder of the week. Thank you for watching. Thanks for watching. Have a for great you. Have a
Mark Levin Calls Out Sunny Hostin for a Discussion on 'Racism'
"But listen to this sunny Houston He ignores systemic racism in America I'm mister producer I want you to contact her people at the view and ask her to come on the program Well we can have a short discussion About America and racism Okay I'm quite certain None of these people will come on the show So maybe she will In the clarence Thomas syndrome look at the hatred Look at the hatred That's why the view only exists because what is it ABC Syndicates of mister produce something like that So in other words ABC one of the major corporations in the world I guess it's is it still part of Disney I guess it is So it's the same corporate environment And so these people at ABC and Disney they provide a platform Like this these are haters These are nasty people It's like over at MSNBC They're provided a platform by Comcast Who rips you off every month By Comcast And they bring us the joy reeds of the world There's nothing joyful about joy Reid She's a nut Fact she's worse than a nut She's a bigot Am I humble opinion
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Fox News Is Paying a Whopping $787 Million Settlement to Dominion
"Yesterday, Fox News decided to settle with dominion voting systems for a staggering 787 $1 million. Now, the facts surrounding this case are interesting. And I am going to stand by my earlier statement that we need all forms of conservative media, and it's a good thing. That in a 100 million homes, if you count DirecTV and you count Comcast and you count spectrum, that there is a conservative option. Tucker Carlson, Laura Ingraham, Jesse watters, they do a fabulous job. And of course, you could disagree with plenty of Fox with fox does Maria bartiromo fabulous. I certainly and turning point USA have certainly benefited from being illegal on Fox throughout the years. Fox made a settlement because they were at risk of maybe paying twice as much of that at trial. So what was at dispute? Well, the dispute was about dominion voting machines. This was all during that incredibly confusing period of time. From election day 2020 all the way to inauguration day 2021. I have to say that was one of the strangest couple of months I have ever lived through in politics. In my 11 years of doing this, it was weird for so many reasons. Our team is agreeing in our chat. Just the stories, the, what was going viral, we streamed nonstop, we would do a show, and then we would stream in the evening. And we were always focused on our program on the actual, a lot of the stuff that ended up coming really true, which was ballot custody, signature verification. We came up with the whole word ballot trafficking and we were, we were correct. We
Fresh update on "comcast" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News
".com retirementliving has compiled a list of the noisiest cities in America we come in here in DC at number 24 considerations include the number of noise complaints to reported authorities and the number of pickleball courts available oh my gosh LA Houston and New York made the three top by the way one in eight americans filed a noise complaint in the last year more loan student debt forgiveness is coming the white house has announced another nine billion dollars in debt relief through existing programs it comes just a few days after millions of student loans have to begin paying them off again after a three -year pause due to the pandemic president biden is expected to make a formal announcement later today about that so far the biden administration has wiped out 127 billion dollars in debts it's been wiped out for more than three and a half million borrowers but the president does remain under pressure to do even more coming up in money news after traffic and weather dc's biggest office building this year i'm jeff we will and then your chance to get a hold of some classic james bond movie it's memorabilia to thirty six years andy neal the managing director for a on public sector partnership on the discussion of why federal agencies and departments need to invest in standing their physical climate risk sponsored by a on using these models using the data sets around climate around catastrophe the journey it's not something where you're going to get a fast answer and be done with the analysis the models are developing the science is developing the understanding is developing and you to have start into it one of the important first steps is to actually get that baseline view a exists on to shape decisions for the better to protect and enrich the lives of people around the world we provide our clients with advice and solutions that give them the clarity and confidence to make better decisions to protect and grow their business a honest in the this is the lunch rush at your local deli orders are flying in online on the phone and in person order for nick so is it possible that fast internet could help your business outrun the rush it is with Comcast business up leveling your speed with gig speed wifi powering all your devices and fast downloads and uploads powered by the next generation
Joy Reid: Republicans Pass Laws Allowing People to Hit BLM Protestors
"Joy Reid came to this job with homophobic posts Bigoted posts on the Internet she said that her system was corrupted Promise she's a liar her system wasn't corrupted When's it joy But she's muscled past that Because she's so profound and intelligent and important That Comcast gave her a prime time job At 7 p.m. 7 p.m. where our friend Jesse waters destroys her every single night But no matter she's a very important message And here it is That tip news busters cut for a goat You have Republicans in multiple states including Florida Passing and pushing laws that will allow people to hit Black Lives Matter protesters or any protesters they like with their cars And this was after the Charlottesville murder by car of a white woman who was a Black Lives Matter protester Did I miss something mister producer the states are passing laws saying you can run over protesters Wow Did you folks know that Republicans are pushing laws and passing laws that say you can run over protesters especially Black Lives Matter protesters And yet and yet we saw what took place in kennesaw Wisconsin Where an activist rhino white pro white a white band I think it was George memories very short Did I mention that In very selective I forgot That's another thing on a resume That's why they hired
Fresh update on "comcast" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News
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Chuck Todd Doesn't Understand the Concept of an NDA
"Anyway I want you to hear some of this Really to listen to chuck Todd what you think of this guy cut 11 go But what are you supposed to put in his personal ledger Seriously what would he put in this personal ledger Payment for hush money to quiet an affair that I claim I never had So my family doesn't get embarrassed for this ledger There's nothing wrong with that You keep saying what should be the lecture Should it be the truth Chuck Would you ever put a floor paragraph sentence to a ledger Chuck you're being honestly I think you're being a little petty when you're looking at this now because there is no 5 minute obligation You can put whatever you want in your own personal lecture Slow down here Chuck chuck Isn't it amazing This is called a non disclosure agreement Why would you put anything in your ledger So my question to chuck has has meet the depressed ever signed non disclosure agreements Why don't you release them Chuck chuck I'm not done Has NBC ever signed non disclosure agreements Now Comcast owns NBC as Comcast ever signed on disclosure agreements Chuck I'm talking to you are you awake The answer is of course they have All of them have You know the lawsuit brought by that kid whose name I can't remember mister producer at the Jefferson memorial Remember when they got in his face and they smeared the kid and they brought it Nicholas Sandman Whatever happened to that against The Washington Post Well there's a nondisclosure grid How about the suit against CNN There's a nondisclosure agreement Oh Who knew Well what's in the nondisclosure agreement I don't know
Wajahat Ali: 'Not All Skinfolk Are Kinfolk' Directed to Nikki Haley
"So I gave this watch a hot actually watch a hot Ali And I want you to listen to wajahat Ali has to say and then ask yourself why does MSNBC its sister NBC in its ownership at Comcast allow this Why do they in my opinion allow blatant racism Day in and day out by their hosts And their guests Cut ten go To quote zora neale hurston not all skin folk are kinfolk Nikki Haley instead is the dinesh d'souza of Candace Owens She's the alpha kern with brown skin and for white supremacists and racists She's the perfect mentor in candidate And instead of applauding her I am just disgusted by people like Nikki Haley who know better whose parents were the beneficiaries as Asha said of the 1965 immigration nationality act which passed thanks to those original BLM protesters and the Civil Rights Act Her father came here because he was a professor He taught at a historically black college in South Carolina That's how she became the proud American that she is and yet what does she do like all these model minorities which by the way is a strategy of white supremacy to use Asians in particular as a cudgel against black folks Instead of pulling us up from the bootstraps and pulling others from the bootstrap we're taught to take your boot and put it on the neck of poor brown's immigrants refugees and black folks And that's what she did in her ad So I see her and I feel sad many because she uses her brown skin as a weapon against poor black folks and poor Brown folks and she uses her brown skin to launder white supremacist talking points And the reason why I feel sad because no matter what she does maybe it'll never be enough They'll never love her
"comcast" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Thanks so much, critic Gupta in for bostonian Tom keen, and there's a seat change critic. I'm sorry, it's a big deal. And as I talked to Mandy singer earlier, it reminds me of the hope and prayer with a major shout out to Dennis leibo, which years ago at Donaldson, and Jen ratt of one day out there somewhere Comcast would actually make free cash flow Comcast would stop investing insanely and actually make money in the Roberts family delivered. Bendy Singh joins us now, and I think you're going to agree Uber's not Comcast. Let's go there first. Comcast is a basically a controlled utility, but the bottom line is what part of a $30 Uber fare is a new free cash flow for Uber. Are they making like a dollar or are they making $7 on a $30 fee? Well, so I think it will be closer to two to $3. And that too, on the incremental margin, remember, you need a certain scale for these businesses to operate. That's why you can't expect that. They are at that now. That's what shows up in their incremental margin and look relative to expectations. That's what they did this quarter is show they can cut costs while improving their incremental margin and the ads business was a cherry. I mean, a company like Uber at a run rate of 500 million in ads just goes to show maybe there is another business a side business that they can grow here. What did they say about their drivers? What did they say about the backbone of the business? And you bring up a great point because every marketplace is all about supply growth. What they said was they're able to grow their supply by 35%, which is in line with their top line growth. And the moment you see that in a marketplace, that's very healthy dynamics because not only are you seeing them maintain their take rates, their supply is growing. That means if they add more customers, they can support the volume. I can't say that for Lyft or for other competitors because they're not investing in growing supply. And that is where I think Uber has that scale advantage, which is the only advantage in this business. You're not going to be able to differentiate your rides, but scale is what matters in a marketplace business. And that's what they are. Pretty, how much do you hate Uber and listen? I mean, are they your friend or do you just hate it? So I have actually, I'm telling my secret to a global audience, I use the kerb app for the tax for New York City taxis. Oh, really? Because they are cheaper than Uber and Lyft. Okay, 'cause it doesn't work? It does work. It's cheaper. Okay. And that's the other thing that Uber has done is they have created those tiers to, you know, for the price sensitive audience, you have that tier for the audience that needs more of convenience. They have a reserve function and they talked about all these cues that they have created is actually helping their pricing and their margins. So I think you bring the Eric from city hall emails and it says go pretty. Yeah, that price sensitive here, that's me. I have to ask about where the next ten years of growth is coming from though. We talked about their mobility business. What about their delivery business and their freight business? I think if there's one regret, the management may have is expanding on the freight side of things. I still think there is no synergy between ride sharing delivery and freight. They're showing some synergies between ride sharing and delivery, and that's their Uber one subscription, but when it comes to freight, completely different business. Inferior unit economics then ride sharing, I still don't understand why would a company like Uber try to do that. The valuation would be much higher had it not been for free. But what is the difference between delivering food to someone's house and delivering a package to someone's house? Well, the difference is you are the number 5th or 6th player on the freight side. On the food side and ride sharing side, you're the number one or two player. And as I said before, scale is your friend in this business. You've got to be number one or two. If you're number 5 or 6, you'll have no pricing power, you won't have that supply advantage that Uber has on the mobility side. We have wonderful ability of Bloomberg to see what the people are doing. This is the great. I'm just picking on my hands this morning. With Evercore ISA marked my hand he's got a love fest going on on Uber and flatline on lift as well. The Uber lift dichotomy. I don't want you to quote on your colleague and credit mark by haney, but I do want you to comment on your perception of how lift competes with Uber. I mean, Lyft definitely has a problem with scale and the supply aspect. They are competing in certain zip codes. They are probably better than Uber, but that's not enough for free cash flow, which is what the street is focused on. I think where they still have potential is they don't have that delivery or they're afraid distraction that Uber has. And if they partner with somebody on the rollout of autonomous vehicles, let's say. That could be a game changer because they still have data around network cities. I mean, look, this is the long-term you asked me about a next ten years. There will be influence of autonomous and cars that can self drive and that just negates. I want to get out front of this, Mandy, but I want to write for Bloomberg intelligence Monday. With the Uber success envision today, how much is the stock up pretty? It's up like, oh, you know, it's something that's 6% the same. 60% or whatever, do one of the big texts by Lyft just as an experiment, they could. I mean, if the regulators led them by why would they not let them buy it? Let's go down in flames. Is it generalization? So you have somebody big come into compete with Uber And the other thing is the company willing to buy them should be able to offset all the headwinds that come from the treatment of gig economy workers. I mean, that is an overhang on all of these companies. Nobody knows how this is going to pan out. If there is one big risk for all of these companies, it's on that front. And I don't know if there's a company willing to take that risk right now. Mandy, thank you so much. Many people sing on a big day for Uber and you know, I'm sorry. It's like, wow. After all the travails. Massive day for Uber and those shares, by the way, now up almost 8% on the day. I want to quickly look at what lift is doing because they always tend to move either in sympathy or opposite direction. Lyft actually getting a boost this morning as well. Higher by 3% just on those Uber results. And I think the other thing of the day, we welcome all of you across this nation, good morning, Atlanta, Delta Air Lines. With a huge statement of a 5% pay lift and dovetailing it around they're in negotiations with the pilots for rounded out 8 and a half percent lift, and I mean, at bastion, this was not hedged. This was like, okay, this is what we're doing. Yeah, and this of course comes off of the flight attendant association recently coming to an agreement with all the airlines when it comes to their salary as well. And their time off, by the way. This is the key part of the labor conversation Tom. It's not about just about salary anymore. People want time off. This was the key part of the rail strikes from last year. Yes. They want medical care. They want insurance, and they want time off. Yeah, I mean, I agree. And it's sort of a whole new world, and we're going to see
MSNBC Does Better Than CNN in Hiring Racists and Bigots
"Look at the CNN the constipated news network Layoffs They're losing money They're losing audience They're losing ratings And all the talk about them correcting course and really being a news group That is a joke As long as you have Jim Acosta there and the in the conga line of loser guests you're not going to have a real news operation and they're not going to make money Then you go over to MSL state Now they're in a better position because ultimately they're owned by Comcast that you pay for through cable Comcast owns NBC And MSNBC And I have to say this MSNBC does a hell of a better job than CNN I mean this honestly went hiring racists and bigots Nobody can beat MSNBC on the racists and bigots that they have in their lineup I mean real true racism bigots You've got joy Reid who can forget that whole lineup there Among others So they won't be laying off anybody soon because they have that big Comcast behind them
Tiffany Cross Thinks You Are a Racist
"I want to play this again and I'm going to discuss it more broadly with you because this is what is destroying our country Racists who are given platforms by corporatists Tiffany cross on embassy Had to go So despite the fact that the GOP's racist rhetoric hasn't slowed down at all they've begun I don't know what racist rhetoric she's talking about either You see ladies and gentlemen if you disagree with the radical left policy agenda then your rhetoric is racist If you believe in a sovereign nation and securing the border then your rhetoric is racist If you're concerned about what's happening crime wise because foreigners are coming into the country drug cartels fentanyl you're obviously a racist If you don't embrace critical race theory which accuses you of being a racist well then you're obviously a racist If you don't think little kids should be watching burlesque or should be taught about all kinds of sex are told that just because they have this it doesn't mean they're that then you're obviously a racist And I object and I am tired of pretending this is just regular free speech I object to reprobates like Tiffany cross having a public forum because executives at MSNBC are promoting this crap and are cowards and the executive rooms and the direct board of directors at Comcast think this is a wonderful
Tiffany Cross: We Have to Prepare for Actual Violence, Civil War
"I want you to listen to Tiffany cross on MSNBC yesterday She is a low IQ reprobate she has a platform given to her by Comcast For every week she gets on television and spews her hate in her poison In my view promotes violence As do most of the yent is on the view it's not entertainment Joy Reid another another bigot I want you to listen to this Tiffany cross on MSNBC yesterday Cut one go I mean you have millions of people tuning into a propaganda network every night And then as if that were not bad enough that's an extremist network itself You have these fringe pop up outlets You know from known to newsmax then you have the social media component That train has left the station There is no let's deal with the rhetoric At this point I do think we have to have serious conversations around preparing for actual violence People keep saying a Civil War is coming I would say a Civil War is here And I don't mean to be hyperbolic We can look at what has happened just in the past week alone since all this has happened We've had two people try to declare war with FBI field offices I don't think at this point we're going to all pack up our bags and go home and seeing kumbaya
The Latest Exploitation by Joy Reid & MSNBC
"Since Comcast's MSNBC and MSNBC's joy Reid enjoy Reid's guest the two of them brought it up The police chief of the Yuval school district Donated money to act blue in December 2017 that was earmarked for beto o'rourke A man who pretends to be Hispanic So what we believe to be the Hispanic police chief donated money to the Irish candidate beto o'rourke who pretends to be Hispanic And all this is relevant to joy Reid and her guest over at MSNBC Not the slaughter now the politics that they try to project on top of it These are truly sick people And they're given a platform Why They shouldn't be given any platform Whatsoever
Does Racist Joy Reid Represent You, America?
"The racist joy Reid from the racist MSNBC the racist NBC and apparently the race is Comcast Which so many subsidized because otherwise why would you run somebody like this in her racist so many of her racist guests Here she is yesterday cut 9 go The thing that's so wild about this whole originalism thing which I can recall a lot of Republicans hectoring katangi Brown Jackson judge katon G Brown Jackson about original She was Hector Oh I'm sorry You mean she was questioned About her light sentences For child pornographers and those who use child pornography I'm sorry But that offend you joy may I call you joy even though you're not yeah I had the originalism If you go back to the original conception of this country first of all Melissa weren't even people It was a forget about us right But even women who were white women were considered absolutely the property and ward of their husband to be joy Reid the issue is about slavery And the issues about women in the early days of the republic Women who were crucially important in the early days of the republic Crucially important in the early days of the republic It looked how she claims the role of representing all women in this country Does she represent two America Joy Reid Whether pathetic anemic ratings does she represent you
We Should Get Behind Elon Musk, a Great Patriot
"Nicole Wallace is on MSNBC today Folks I want to remind you that Comcast owns MSNBC Those of you who have Comcast in your homes do the very best you can to get rid of it Look for alternatives I wouldn't say Netflix now because they're dying on the vine as they should And let me take this occasion to say that Elon Musk is one of a handful of billionaires who's actually a great patriot Who actually puts his money where his mouth is It doesn't have a big mouth this guy is not out there bullying people pushing them around Pretending he's somebody who he isn't Conducting himself like some kind of a mobster No I don't know Elon Musk I've never talked to him in my life He's the richest man on the face of the earth And he's an entrepreneur And he's serious about dealing with Twitter And we should get behind regardless of his politics We should get behind him Because he believes in free speech obviously the First Amendment doesn't apply because Twitter is not the government
Why It Matters That Twitter Has 'Poison Pill' Clause for Elon Musk
"Is that a for profit company would be deranged not to accept an offer. Much more valuable than what it's worth to sell the Elon Musk. Any businessman who actually just wants to make money would be enthusiastic about selling their company to Elon Musk. Instead, what's happening is the Twitter board has now put forward poison pill amendments. They're trying to do everything they possibly can to try and kill the deal with Elon Musk. Elon Musk is coming in with a $42 billion cash offer, and the board is coming up with every sort of argument they're doing mental calisthenics, if you will, to try to block the offer, that Elon Musk is put forward. Why would that be the case? The answer is right in front of us. It's because Twitter does not actually care about making money. Twitter is not a for profit vehicle. Instead, they are a regime megaphone and a censorship machine that camouflages is a for profit company. A for profit company would be much more interested in trying to get the maximum for their shareholders. Instead, what you have at Twitter's ideologues disguised as capitalists. You have people that are left wing activists that sit on the board of Twitter that almost own no shares collectively. Now, this is a very important point because if you're not dealing with a company and you take a step back, you say, well, all of a sudden, do market principles still apply to that company. You see, we have been led to believe that market principles drive all behavior. That people are going to want to get rich and make profit. And that is generally the case in most business transactions. The most business transactions and merger and acquisitions, you're dealing at the very end of it. Who's going to make money? Who's going to get paid and get them out of the deal? This has happened with some of the most famous merger and acquisitions, whether it be U.S. airways merging with American Airlines. The biggest merger and acquisition to the last decade, whether it be cell phone companies merging, whether it be Comcast and NBC merging into NBCUniversal. All these different types of merger and acquisition trends over the last 20 years usually it comes down to is okay, I need more money, buy me out of my deal. Maybe you can guarantee the debt and let's move on. That's what happens when you have companies dealing with companies, but Twitter is a different type of thing. It's not a company. It's never been a company by the start as a company. Some people might have got rich along the way. Jack Dorsey definitely made some money, but it changed as the type of thing it actually is in 2015 and 2016 and 17.
Andrea Mitchell Blames Biden's Climate Failures on Ukraine War
"Now we have MS LSD today Andrea Mitchell Cut ten go And finally the political impact at home first of all you've got inflationary pressure real pressure in the midterm election year You also have environmentalists criticizing the president because of his focus on increasing the supply of fossil fuels through the strategic petroleum reserve through ethanol now the increase of ethanol in the summer gas component All of this is hurting the environmental goals The climate goals of candidate Joe Biden Especially that war in Ukraine I just wish the Ukrainians would stop dying So Joe Biden could go ahead further with destroying our economic system with his quote unquote climate change and environmental goals Now this clearly is the propaganda of Comcast and their affiliates NBC and MSNBC now
Caller: Putin Must Have Some Type of Blackmail on Joe Biden
"First of all I just wanted to stay real quick I believe that Russell has some type of blackmail against Joe Biden and the reason why I say that is because we are failing to Ukrainian government on giving them the weapons and the military hardware to fight the Russians I agree with you And that's very possible because the extent of the Biden families involvement with the Russians isn't known what little we know involves $3.5 million going to his son for absolutely nothing Why would the wife of the mayor of Moscow the former mayor give three and a half $1 million to Hunter Biden Makes no sense whatsoever does it Yeah I guess she adopted him She took a liking to him That's never been explained Chuck Todd won't explain it The constipated news work network they won't explain it I'm sure what Psaki now added to Comcast's magnificent conga line of freaks and frauds I'm sure they'll get to the bottom of it Anyway go ahead Jose The only question I have to say is how many more lives have to be taken away until our government in Washington D.C. actually tried to attempt to help through Ukrainian by giving them the equipment needed And honestly the proof is in the pudding I believe that their whole intention wasn't to not even help them from the very beginning And what is this day 36 30 I don't even know By the way this is a very interesting point because they seem to have done the very minimum haven't they Jose They wanted harpoon missiles because they knew that Russia would attack from the
Elie Mystal: You're Not Allowed to Challenge Ketanji Brown Jackson
"LA or Eli mistol and MS LSD today Now first of all our yesterday I asked this question Why do they keep putting this man on TV at MSNBC What do they keep doing that This is Comcast You pay cable fees to Comcast which owns NBC and MSNBC Why do they keep doing that Hat tip right scoop cut one go I don't want to let the Josh hawley thing lie because here's where I need the Democrats to step up because when they try to smear her I need the Democrats to not allow another way You're not allowed to really question katani Brown Jackson They're never going to smear her They're not going to do to her what they do to every single Republican nominee But this guy works for the nation he's a real a hole Ellie style go ahead And defend her just as vociferously as Lindsey Graham defended alleged attempted rapist Brett Kavanaugh This guy is sick and hateful Go ahead Energy from the Democrats especially when they come out to her with this trumped up alleged issues about her sentencing on for sex offenders How is it trumped up Her sentencing for sex offenders has been below the sentencing guidelines in each and every case I believe there's 7 cases In each and why is that She's tried to split hairs here about the difference between those who produce child porn in those who look at it So she makes her own sentencing guidelines
Beijing Olympics: NBC’s Coverage Ignores Chinese Atrocities
"This headline from national review by Jimmy Quinn Beijing Olympics NBC's coverage ignores Chinese atrocities NBC is owned by Comcast NBC's the sister station to MSNBC NBC has television cameras researchers so called reporters and journalists All kinds of people on the ground And Beijing Entire news enterprise And Beijing What a better way to be reporting on genocide that's taking place in communist China
"comcast" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"About the credit space So let's say Comcast goes and makes a deal And they want to take it on some leverage increase their leverage ratio et cetera is that good for the credit investor What do you do with that Well credit investor never likes to see a company that they've lent money to increase their leverage ratio yet You have to figure out the context of it What are they doing it for What sort of commitments and promises do they make when they do And again Comcast has a history of adding leverage but then quickly repaying it So what they could do is they got in the past is ad leverage cease buybacks use all free cash flow in excess of dividends to repay debt and get your leverage target back to where you want it to And that's exactly what they did with skies So if we look in 2018 they levered up to acquire sky leverage ratio went to about three and a half times Then over the past few years they've used all free cash flow to delever They hit their leverage target of mid two and a half or about two and a half times this past quarter And guess what They started to repurchase shares We have a pattern that we know template So in the short term it's like a good thing for credit investors because you know you're going to get paid And then for equity investors tough luck on those buybacks Yeah but in the short term Yeah but the favorable is that they could use their balance sheet to make an acquisition that should improve their overall growth profile of the companies That's what you'd look towards I would imagine this is nobody older They're not just throwing in the ocean Yes that's all right They're going to make some content All right Steven thanks a lot really appreciate it Steven Flynn joining us Bloomberg intelligence senior credit analyst Coming up on the program online organic grocer thrive market could comfortably hit a $2 billion.
"comcast" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Class If you're not familiar well the initiative identifies and funds early stage companies that are innovating in the digital content and connectivity space It's part of the mass media and entertainment giants effort to capture and nurture that startup spark within its own portfolio of businesses It also helps aspiring entrepreneurs to refine their processes and scale faster putting themselves in a position to provide solutions to partner needs It's really cool stuff to be quite honest Tim It's about the startups where content is going and Comcast wants a view into all of that Daniel Cohn is VP of startup engagement over at Comcast NBCUniversal Her team fits within the conglomerate strategic development unit Her goal well it's all about discovering and cultivating talent that she says is inventing the future Yeah so just for a little context startup engagement which includes blood labs and sports jacket Comcast MAC We sit within strategic development which essentially provides an early lens for future growth areas in our company And we bring together all parts of our company Comcast and VC universal park picture sky and our broader family of brands to work side by side with strategically aligned global startups And it's really to drive a startup mindset back into our already innovative business to develop new startup partnerships with the earliest stage with companies that are inventing the future making customers and employees lives better and ultimately those are the people who are also making an impact and startup communities in which we all live and work The common thread is that through these programs and collaborations we're all kind of spotting that potential disruption emerging technologies the new platforms edge opportunities and all together startups and our teams are gaining valuable insights and efficiencies along So does that mean that every company that participates in the lift labs accelerator gets an investment from Comcast So every company in our accelerators they do get an investment But beyond the investment it's really about building a partnership with these early stage companies that are working in media entertainment connectivity or sports some are at the earliest stage They are seed stage companies And then we actually have programs like liftoff enterprise ready startups and our team really helps them to get enterprise ready We help them with business development go to market strategy how to pitch investors in some cases it's even how to deal with HR issues that they're having as they build their teams at the earliest stage Got to say I was reading about what you guys are up to It reminded me a few years ago I did a story with Johnson & Johnson They have something called J labs out on the West Coast And it's basically an accelerator BioTech incubator And it's just a space where companies individuals who are creating things in the healthcare science space medicine space come in get a little spot there but can work with the company really tap into the expertise and equipment of J&J but it gives J&J a window into the future and an ability to invest in it And it sounds like that's what you guys are doing on the media space I love talking about this because it gives you an idea of maybe what are going to be the trends the technologies content and so on and so forth media how we consume it going forward What should we be thinking about Danielle when we open up our eyes in terms of where this is all going And I know the folks at J labs may do an amazing job And we are similar in our approach The focus areas for us change all the time because they are based on trends that we're seeing both inside our company and outside We recently concluded our fourth program as you mentioned we had a demo day a couple of weeks ago And the two primary trends that we saw last year that led to this year's class one was in the future of work a reoccurring theme that everyone every listener is feeling really if you think about hybrid work collaboration tools So we've got a bunch of companies that came through last year's class and this year's class company called negi from Israel's and mobile app that allows people who are deaf and hard of hearing to communicate via phone by converting speech to text and text to speech faster and more accurately than ever before Our teams actually using them for doing interviews with people who are hard of hearing Another company think confluent of Paris is an AI assistant that can analyze free form open ended survey questions that we've all done from employee surveys and get sentiment analysis What did someone mean by what they said in seconds and out of Philadelphia headquarters city employee cycle which curates multiple HR tools into one dashboard making it really easy for our businesses of all sizes to understand their employees Concerns and what's going well You were talking about or you wanted to mention another theme that you guys have been focusing on take it away Yeah absolutely As you know as an innovation company we're always challenging the status quo and looking at new focus areas and our team is just one part of the company's cross company collaborative innovation strategy And one of the themes that came up this year that really stood out was interactive and immersive experiences We're really inspired by the creativity of the startups and their enthusiasm and building and launching and scaling these very novel solutions like hello which is a fitness tech company that creates incredible VR experiences to enhance your workout at home or in the office I tried it it's in our fitness center the Comcast technology center and it.
"comcast" Discussed on Telecom Reseller
"Technology for the community that we serve here again serving the greater community is so critical and we're really happy to see the efforts that Comcast is making in our immediate community to bridge the gap two technology, especially for underserved communities. We see them doing work in our school districts to try and make sure that our students are equipped with the technology that they need. We see our city hero, city of San Jose is working directly with podcast to improve access to that same technology. So for us here, it's really crucial that all of us have access to broadband services. Now when we talk about take a step back and take a look at the American Indian community abroad, especially within our tribal communities that continuing this work and providing access to our rural communities where we see health disparities at a much higher rate access to technology like this is going to be critical. So I really do look forward to seeing how it is that Comcast cast continues their efforts to keep us all connected. So I'd order thank you very much for joining me today. This has been a really interesting and unique podcast. We don't often get to hear much about the outside world outside of how the technology is being delivered, but in this case we're hearing about an interesting technology and also I think people partnership between Comcast and the Indian health center of Santa Clara valley. And it sounds like there seems to be some partnership opportunities available for maybe a number of our listeners. So I want to ask that my final questions here member drive ways. In terms of healthcare itself, are there ways for neighboring or associated organizations near you or maybe even across the country, who are in the healthcare provision business, your partner with your organization? Absolutely. We depend heavily on partnerships and really grateful for the partnerships that we do have in place. Kaiser permanente has been a wonderful partner. We do host residents, medical residents from Stanford University in our family medicine center..
"comcast" Discussed on The Heidrick & Struggles Leadership Podcast
"Helpful as you've made this most recent transition? Good judgment, okay? I like to believe that exercise, good judgment throughout my career. Not looking over your shoulder for the next thing you want to do, something wrong with being ambitious and having various roles. I've had incredible roles and responsibilities throughout my career, but always stay focused on the job that you're in when you're in it, right? And being a great leader in that job when you're in it so that people can say, no matter what that you have the right commitment to the organization to the leaders that you work with the corporation that you work for. So that kind of hope is on being successful, being where you are and being successful where you are. Integrity, absolutely. I mean, it may seem trite, but we all know there are people who unfortunately think that succeeding especially in our competitive place like Washington D.C. means that they can sort of sell short their integrity from time to time sort of a means to an end. I have found throughout my career that's incredibly important. And then finally, this transcends the public and private sector rolls it up ahead and leading. Then it's helping to identify young people, especially young people of color and women to make sure that they get the mentorship and the opportunities succeed that are important to their long-term advancement. So on law firm that can mean making sure that young lawyers have the opportunity to service clients as early in their careers since they possibly can to help generate business to be showcased before the kind of talent that they have. And also to help them navigate especially in a place like Washington, D.C., the public private sector balances. Does it make sense for me to leave the private sector and to go into public sector and when or vice versa? How long should you stay? So being a mentor is always been afforded to me to help people navigate those kinds of considerations as well to you. Or broader as we bring this conversation to close. I wanted that's one final question from a leadership perspective. What are some of the most important ways you are building on the lesson of the past year, which included a global pandemic, social justice movements and shifting work environments. But tell you it's quite an almost two years really when you think back to this global pandemic, for example, the impact of it all and how it's disrupted our lives and whether it's been in my own individual and family life, but also as a leader, realize in that there are unforeseen events really unforeseen events that can disrupt what we have taken for granted as normal. Whether it's visuals, whether you're family, whether leadership, whether in our communities, whether or not our workplaces, and how quickly that we adapt to incredibly changing unforeseen circumstances. So we've all learned the importance of being able to do Zoom call 13s call. So whatever browsing to do those effectively, I'd say probably at times more efficiently than we would sit down and get together because the 30 minute meeting has become quite as stable of the way people communicate. And it's actually serve people well. But at the same time, we also missed interaction with other people. And as leader being able to try to figure out, how can we get back to that as quickly as possible. Also realize you know that people have no fears when it comes to confronting banks that are so unforeseen as a global pandemic. And what does that need in terms of how willing they are to come back to workplaces for instance? Or to be able to put the fears aside and make sure that they are well protected physically financially and otherwise. So I think that's one thing that certainly over the past almost two years. As the leaders and understanding how disruptive things can be and how we need it quickly adapt and be able to help other people feel more comfortable that things are going to be okay if we certainly pay attention to things like science, for example. That's one thing. Social justice movement of past several years. It's been such a reminder that we can't push aside racial ethnic gender differences, other flashpoints that's still very much exists in the society in this world. They don't just go away. Don't just go away on their own. We have to continue to work at those issues. Again, whether it's in the workplace, whether it's then in our communities, our neighborhoods and interaction with our neighbors and to be more fair and more tolerant takes work. And that we don't do the work that situations will come back again and we'll have to deal with them. And maybe you have to deal with them and more and more tense and difficult situations. So we have to be in constant motion and addressing the things that are real challenges in the society that can often divide us, but should really be kind of that the core of our strength as a country as a society and also even in our corporations and in government. Well, thank you so much for joining us and thank you to our listeners. Thanks for listening to the hydrogen struggles, leadership podcast. To make sure you don't miss more future shaping ideas and conversations. Please subscribe to our channel on the podcast app and if you're listening via LinkedIn, Twitter or YouTube, why not share this with your connections? Until next.
"comcast" Discussed on The Heidrick & Struggles Leadership Podcast
"Three decades experience as a lawyer, policy adviser and strategist, and is served under two U.S. presidents as deputy assistant to the president for legislative affairs in the Clinton administration and his assistant to the president and cabinet secretary for the bomb administration. Thank you so much for joining us today. Our first question is, what led you to Comcast in this role? Well, thank you very much, Julia. It's great to be here with you for this podcast and I appreciate you noting my multiple roles at Comcast. They do intersect. I think with respect to overseeing the public policy group, I'm excited to be able to do that. I've had a Broadway through some public policy matters throughout my career, even going back to when I first started a capital know that legislation that drafted a variety of different measures in lots of different public policy hearings that has continued throughout my career. And so while I have taken the very strong interest to have had both in-house and physicians and technology and telecommunications, I've done a variety of public policy issues as well. But the opportunity to come to Comcast at this point in my career to oversee the broad public policy concerns of the company, whether it be from tax policy to broadband policy to closing the digital divide to many other things that compilation of things is what brought me to be excited about position at Comcast to eat all the policy group. That's one hat. The other hat is overseeing the digital equity work going back to what I worked for president Clinton in the late 90s and into 2000 of the digital divide being able to address that by providing digital equity is something that I've been concerned about and a country has been concerned about. Lawmakers on both sides have been concerned about, especially over the last several years. And so the opportunity to come in, the cop casts that help oversee those efforts as well relates to concerns about that from a moral perspective about being providing opportunities to folks. And also enhancing their educational opportunities. But also from an economic perspective. We are increasingly digitized economy across the world. And so for the U.S. to compete effectively, we need to make sure that all of our citizens really have the opportunity to be able to have the resources to compete and to succeed in a increasingly digital world. So Comcast is really over the last ten years and then looking forward, made it a great deal of resources to efforts to close the digital divide. So I was so excited about being able to do that as well. And the two roles that are sex. That's not like one day I'm over here going to set up things for policy and then the next day I'm going to digital equity, the two never really get conjoined. They actually very, very important in the way they intersect. If we could just maybe double click on that piece a little bit, can you share a little bit more about Comcast commitment to digital equity and how you define that on what's planned for the future to continue speed? Yeah, so let me start with my view of what digital equity is all about. And it's really Julian is simple. These are equity is making sure that all people have access to the digital resources, necessary to help them connect to the country to the world so that they can succeed and ever increase sake digital world where you need digital access and digital skills in order to be successful. So that's what I would broadly defy this digital equity. It's also important that people have the awareness to know what kind of resources are there. Not enough for the resources to be there. People aren't aware that those resources are available to them that they're affordable to them. So that's a big part of digital equity as well. Com gas Mitt and really goes back over the last decade, for example, in the tremendous financial resources and community partnerships with schools and individuals around the Internet essentials program, which has been designed to make sure that millions of people have access to broadband to the Internet. And so Comcast says, oh, that decade expanded on the Internet, essentially work to do a number of other things as well. So for example, going to pass decade, Comcast is providing over a 150,000 free or affordable subsidized computers to people across the country. Companies also establish a Lyft song program and made a commitment that by the end of this year, it would establish thousand live songs and communities across the country. What it lives on this is essentially it's a maybe a community center or a rec center, someplace where people can go and have access to the Internet. We know that there are many, many, many communities, many households, where people don't have access to the Internet, but they could go to a community center and be able to have that access as well. And then finally, Comcast, a year ago established something called the rise program, which is really focused on trying to make sure that small and minority owned businesses and women owned businesses had the opportunity to be able to connect in a digital world to make their businesses more successful and more connected. So those are examples what Comcast has done over past years and celebrating this past decade of enormous commitment and resources. And now as we look to the future, we've actually started a new initiative called project up, which I could describe as well, but really speaks to connecting even 50 million more people to broadband to the Internet at a number of other initiatives as well. That's great roger. Thank you. I mean, maybe building a little bit on that. I wanted to turn to a certainly related area. I know it's very important to you and personal to you frankly. Diversity and inclusion. While serving in the Obama administration, you were also appointed as chairman of The White House's, my brother's keeper task force, which is an interagency initiative designed to identify and address the disparities that hamper the success of boys and young men of color and to improve the lives of all use. Could you maybe share a little bit how you are driving diversity and inclusion, perhaps beyond just technology in your public policy and digital equity role? Yes, so I was very fortunate. As you mentioned, I had several hats in The White House as well and cabinet secretary was one and to be cheered but my brothers keep task force was another and I was proud to serve in that role course as well. It was really driven by president Obama's commitment in the wake of the Trayvon Martin tragedy and the aftermath of that and other murders of young African American men as well. And just looking at the overall disparities in circumstances that have anti to impede the success, especially a voice and young men of color, but women and young girls color as well. So we focus throughout the last three years of the Obama administration on that work. And with real hard data and evidence based approaches. And so that work continues. I continue to be the volunteer chair of my brother's keeper alliance, which is now part of the Obama foundation. And we continue to focus on addressing and supporting efforts around the country that speak to trying to clothe disparities. And disparities, neuritis mentioned, certainly in the context of technology and divide gaps, but also those that speak to issues around interactions with police, for example. And therefore addressing some of the policing, we imagining efforts that are going on across the country or speaking to suspension and expulsion rates in schools across the country and trying to come up with ways to reduce violence and communities across the country. And those are all diversity and inclusion related issues as well. Really about how to try to do everything we can possibly to make sure that people in this country no matter where they grew up, the color of their skin, their gender, having the same opportunities as a better quest, this country has been on for so long. Of course, and, you know, it takes no work of government, but also the private sector. And so Comcast like many other corporations have engaged in supporting those kinds of efforts as well. Thanks for a break. I imagine there's a bit of a transition from government to corporate work environments and cultures. And you've done that before having worked in top flight law firms. But which leadership skills and experiences have been most.
"comcast" Discussed on Telecom Reseller
"So it's all about connecting people with people. So I say all the time, Doug, you know, we may be in the telecom business, but really we're in the people business and that's what it's about. So, you know, I'm quite sure you brought up the idea of working from home and also sometimes working from an office and so on. We're encountering probably as users of Comcast, many people listening at least in different ways. In other words, we're probably using you guys during the during the day or the evening at home, and then sometimes may be at a business site. So can you give me an understanding of how these two parts of Comcast are different? Yeah, so the way I'll kind of describe it as the things that are different is, and I'm also going to hit on Doug if you're okay with how they're the same. So one of the key differences certainly when you start thinking about the B2B space is there's always going to be an emphasis on security. So, you know, we've got to be able to provide a secure network, secure services that a business can feel really comfortable that whatever they're moving across their network, whether it be credit card transactions, invoicing, I mean, you can think of a million different things that they know that there's their secure. They can count on it. The other thing is certainly, you know, while there are many things happening the same at home and at work today such as video conferencing, there is differences, right? So then at home really what it's about is, you know, how do we meet the needs of your personal life? And that has started to bleed into the work. But really, you know, Doug, what makes me happy is to think about I know you're a Comcast customer is that when you're done working and you've been able to enjoy that service to get your job done that at night then you can spend some time enjoying it for entertainment. So what's the same in all of that is we want to be known as a reliable provider now more than ever with many people still working at home. Some people returning to their offices. At the end of the day, we've got this great network that's reliable and we want you to know that you can count on us to deliver on that service promise. You know, it's interesting, at least for some of us who are old enough to remember this. The evolution of a company like Comcast from being, you know, a fun nice product to have at home to being basically a necessity and essential thing..
"comcast" Discussed on WSB-AM
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"comcast" Discussed on WSB-AM
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"comcast" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show
"Trinidadian goodness me. That is a hot toaster. So if i keep the toaster for ten years and i spread five times a week for example the toaster will cost me. Seventy cents per toast in trinidad and tobago money. That is a bargain. What's the code again from rob lowe. Not that rob lowe in north royalty in ohio. On friday as you act poetically about niagara falls saint louis arch and the cliffs at torrey pines. I was stunned stunned that you did not add in the beauty of seeing the waffle houses in jacksonville for me. It's pumpernickel bread. Medium toast with butter from david in newnan georgia. Have you tried turning the revolution toasters sideways with something. that impressive. who knows what would happen. You might be able to watch netflix. Hulu and amazon prime all at the same time on device like that from lauren. Helvi in mustang. Oklahoma i've never heard of that name. If you've ever been there never loved so much having people in the same room again. I hope everyone is comfortable enough. And it continues toast preference whole foods sourdot setting for three point five for the smaller end pieces and five on the middle pieces. Carry gold salted butter. That's i'm extremely intrigued. By the three hundred dollar toaster. But that's the price of three months worth of insulin pumps which i live a lot easier than toaster. Would i guess. I'll spend the money on those instead. Maybe someday of course care about your health. But i'm sure you're gonna find something in your life that you've spent three hundred bucks on your and approve that carry gold choice. I don't carry gold. You like that. Kevin bench in austin texas on a podcast earlier in the week. We're talking about a band contributing a charity when you said i don't tell people how to spend their money today. You spent the first twenty minutes telling you millions why we all need to spend three hundred dollars on a toaster you actually use the term cost amortization lifespan of the product and maintain the integrity the bread. But you don't tell people how to spend their money. I'm wondering when you're going to start pushing.
"comcast" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show
"Favorite. Pti clicky jared baby lunardi kotler. The baby lunardi must mean that he looked like joel nardi and he wore a turtleneck every day or something feels like just. Yesterday i was young kid throwing a yukon basketball stat your way in the newsroom. We'll believe it or not. I'm getting married. We've had to postpone our wedding twice already because of covid in hoping. The third time's the charm. On october thirtieth. Two thousand twenty. One just wanted to let you know. I've stayed loyal to you in the tk brand. I'm in the process of ordering my indochino suit using the promo code. I'm now trying to convince my fiance that we need to add a three hundred dollar toaster to a wedding registry. Absolutely you have to do that in case you forgot. I'm up in connecticut now. Maybe can parlay weaken in bristol into a wedding appearance. Maybe with the kickback. From indochino you can even send a revolution toaster our way. Stay well and thanks for everything bad. You aren't doing the pod back when i was with you. Congratulations to jared and good luck on october. Thirty nice halloween themed for. How are you on on three hundred bucks for a toaster. I'm not a toaster person. See i just couldn't. I'll spend three hundred bucks on an appliance for sure but i'm just not a big bread eaters so that wouldn't work for me okay. But you don't find it like repulsive in your world now. Yeah i just want to make sure. I wanna you drop it on like a blender. Maybe you have money working towards an appliance. Paid three hundred dollars but halfway through the pandemic we realized that it was critically important. That we get a supersonic blender. The could crush ice right. Yeah and so that that was probably dropped. One hundred bucks so but i'm saying if the whole thing about the toaster. I'm totally in favor of the revolution toast. But the whole thing about it is if you can get a toaster for twenty bucks forty bucks or sixty bucks and a real high. Toasters eighty bucks. How can you spend three hundred four and my position is of course you can. Just don't buy other three hundred dollars thing you were going to buy. You would get rid of in an hour and a half. It doesn't absolute. I know people who will drop choices. Three hundred bucks on a bottle of wine..
"comcast" Discussed on KQED Radio
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