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2000 Jobs at Comcast – Why Work at Comcast?

2000 Jobs at Comcast - Why Work at Comcast?

Hard to believe but Comcast, with $80 Billion dollars in revenues, was founded in Tupelo Mississippi. In 1963, Ralph J. Roberts in conjunction with his two business partners, Daniel Aaron and Julian A. Brodsky, purchased American Cable Systems as a corporate spin-off from its parent, Jerrold Electronics, for US $500,000. At the time, American Cable was a small cable operator in Tupelo, Mississippi, with five channels and 12,000 customers.  Comcast was even an owner of Muzak franchises, the founders of “elevator music”. Comcast, originally just a  cable company, is now an $80 Billion plus company that owns NBC/Universal which includes the Telemundo broadcast networks, television production operations, television station groups, Universal Pictures and Universal Parks and Resorts. Comcast with X1 is the Future X1 is the system they are betting will secure a new generation of cable lovers and put all the “cable is dead” chatter to bed.  Think of it like an advanced cable box — one that finds the shows you want using voice commands via its remote. Cable boxes are not what drives X1, it’s the cloud that does and it can be accessed from your phone and tablet. X1 is a cross between an advanced TV…

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Why Amazon will Buy Comcast

Why Amazon will Buy Comcast

The concept of world domination used to be relegated to science fiction movies however Amazon may yet become one of the first to make it a reality. Their recent addition of the Streaming Partners program could be the start of Amazon as the world’s first global OTT (over the top) programming provider. With 83.5% of Facebook users and 79% of Twitter users coming from outside the US, companies today must be globally focused to truly compete and grow.   Comcast business is limited to the US.  With cable systems passing about 44% of all US homes and 22 million subscribers it has a strong presence but only in the US. Amazon is a global company; According to Mark Mahaney, analyst at RBC Capital Markets, 37% of its 80 million Prime subscribers are from outside the US and is growing quickly. But Why Should Amazon buy Comcast? Amazon’s foray into OTT is the precursor to the separation of the programming platform from the wired cable.  I believe that sometime in the next 3 to 5 years most cable companies will sell broadband access only and the program offerings will be spun off into separate companies which will have lots of competition…

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Will Comcast Actually Buy Time Warner Cable or Will this be Charter’s Wake up Call?

Will Comcast Actually Buy Time Warner Cable or Will this be Charter's Wake up Call?

I don’t believe this deal will happen the way its currently structured and here’s why. First off, there are too many volatile variables in this deal in its current form;  the all stock price, softening equities market and other very motivated buyers in the market. I believe that this is only the first move in a larger plan. Time Warner Cable is utilizing a very smart strategy to maximize the sale price for the company; witness that Rob Marcus, the CEO, is a former Mergers and Acquisition attorney. So the battle for Time Warner Cable has come to an end, or has it? Yesterday Comcast announced a $45.2 billion dollar deal to purchase Time Warner Cable, representing a share purchase price of $158.82 per share. This is a significant increase from Charter Cable’s previous offers of $132.50 per share. But there is a big difference. Charter’s offer was substantially cash and Comcast’s is completely a stock deal. Also, we’re now talking about a major anti-trust review. Even with a sell off of 3 million subscribers Comcast would still control 30% of the industry nationwide. Given the lack of competition in each market this does not sound like a slam dunk. A year ago Comcast…

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What is Xfinity and Why Should I Care?

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Cable giant Comcast rebranded their TV, internet, phone and home control services two years ago under the name Xfinity to coincide with the digitisation and widespread improvement of their services, including improved internet speeds, HD services and diversified content viewing options. Comcast are the biggest home internet provider and cable operator in the United States, with stakes in many cable networks including NBCUniversal and an operating revenue of over 55 billion as of last year. They are extremely well established and have the biggest share of the media operator market, with over 18 million customers to date. Comcast’s Xfinity covers many services that the company are already well known for providing, which begs the question “why Xfinity?”.  While they have stated that the changes in their services are big enough to justify their re-branding, should we really care? Comcast Confusion A major re-branding effort by any company usually happens when big changes are made to the products and services offered, but in the case of Comcast there has evidently been some confusion. The Xfinity brand was established in 2010 – two years after the project was first introduced under the name “Project Infinity”- and despite roughly $640 million in advertising…

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