Comcast CEO tells Congress they will add compelling content for consumers

Comcast has been trying to win Congress’s approval of it’s $45 million plan to merge with Time Warner Cable. On Thursday, David Cohen, Comcast’s executive vice president, testified under oath that this deal would be great for consumers and for independent channels like TheBlaze.

Cohen said, “We carry these networks because we are always focused on the consumer. If you have compelling content and you can make the case that our consumers want to watch this content, we will carry it.”.

Isn’t that great! You can now find TheBlaze on channel…oh wait. You can’t. Maybe this is a good time to remind Comcast compelling content they can offer their customers by adding TheBlaze. Visit their Facebook page and tell them about TheBlaze!

Watch the remarks below:

  • landofaahs

    I remember when Sirius/xm radio wanted to combine and they said it would be cheaper and provide more content. Well, it costs more and many of the people I listened to on XM were cancelled soon after. The latest is getting rid of 40’s music which I listened to most. I am about to cancel the subscription.

    • Anonymous

      Me too!!

  • Deckard426

    Comcast should just change its name to Skynet, and get it over with.

  • Connor Davenport

    Do not do it than you will be controlled by the government ask GM.

  • rogernorth

    Wouldn’t it be $45 Billion?

  • ThorsteinVeblen2012

    What’s worse than our government?

    Business monopolies.

    With government at least we have the hope of voting them out of office.

    With monopolies there is no hope.

  • Bundle Up

    All the arguments for decisively defeating your liberal teachers and professors:

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