Comcast, Dingell In Boxing Match

Hearn, Ted
December 2007
Multichannel News;12/31/2007, Vol. 28 Issue 51, p30
The article reports that U.S. House Energy and Commerce Committee Chairman John Dingell was disappointed over Comcast Corp.'s move to require subscribers in Michigan to obtain a digital set-top box to view local public, educational and governmental channels, or PEG channels. Dingell stressed that Comcast customers will receive a free set-top for one year, but would need to rent boxes for additional sets. Sena Fitzmaurice of Comcast states that the company appreciates Dingell's concerns.


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