Comcast Internet Essentials for Low Income Families

Affordable Home Internet Comcast Cable is the largest broadband provider in the US, serving approximately 25 million high speed Internet subscribers. Comcast provides coverage in wide range of cities spread across 39 states and the District of Columbia. Comcast initiated their Internet Essentials program in 2011 to help millions of low income Americans bridge the […]
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Midco Sports Network to Air Bison Basketball Games

It is yet another milestone for Midcontinent Communications after North Dakota State University and Midco Sports Network signed a three-year contract on March 29. That will see Midcontinent air Bison men’s and women’s basketball games on MidcoSN channels. In America, basketball is a big sport but TV coverage is concentrated more on the much popular […]
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Midco Foundation Gives Grants worth $100,789

Midco Foundation, which is the charitable arm of the Midcontinent family of companies, has awarded $100,789 in grants to 81 non-profits, schools and government organizations. The beneficiaries are drawn from Minnesota, North Dakota and South Dakota with Minnesota getting the lowest number of beneficiaries. However, distribution has been fair depending on needs for the applicants […]
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Bright House Seeks More Impact with Scholarship Program

Apart from offering reliable and affordable telecommunication services, Bright House Networks is looking to have an even greater impact in the education sector. This is through the Bright House Networks 2016 Future Leaders Scholarship program which has been opened for qualified students. The deadline for registration is April 8 and it has attracted many applicants. […]
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Charter Cable Low Cost Broadband Service Outlined

Charter Communications has provided details for its new low cost broadband service that the company will begin offering to low-income customers within six months. This will be after close of its pending merger with Time Warner Cable and acquisition of Bright House Networks. It will definitely come as great news to their customers in 2016. […]
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Time Warner Cable Opens Learning Lab at VBGCQ

Time Warner Cable (TWC) and Variety Boys & Girls Club of Queens (VBGCQ) have opened an ultramodern technology and computer center at VBGCQ’s center. The TWC Learning Lab was funded to a cost of $50,000 from a grant by the service provider and will be integrated into VBGCQ’s Internet Safety, Digital Literacy and Career Launch […]
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Verizon Wireless to Cut Low Cost WiFi to Alabama Schools

Verizon Wireless has officially announced that its low-cost WiFi access to schools in Huntsville, Alabama will be terminated effective November 30. In a statement, Verizon said they have a long-standing commitment to improve the lives of individuals and the communities they serve. This includes providing students and educators access to affordable technology so as to […]
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Cox to Double Internet Speeds for Low Income Families

Cox Communications is leaving nothing to chance as they seek to capture more young customers to their service line. Just days after launching the streaming service for the same reason, the company has announced that it will be doubling the download speed of the company’s discounted Internet service available to low income families with school-aged […]
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Philadelphia Free Internet Demands to Comcast

The Philadelphia City Council has asked Comcast to provide wireless Internet services to its recreation centers, parks and city prisons for free. These demands come in as the council negotiates a 15-year franchise agreement for Internet and cable TV services with the ISP. In addition to these free wireless services, the council also wants Comcast […]
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Ad Council Gets New Chairman from AT&T

David Christopher, the Chief Marketing Officer of AT&T Mobility, has been appointed Chairman to the Board of Directors of the Ad Council. He has a one year mandate that will run up to June 2016 and takes the place of Laura Desmond, Global CEO of Starcom MediaVest Group. David Kenny, Chairman and CEO of The […]
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