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In the Internet age, Comcast expands fare to stay relevant

YouTube-like site part of battle plan

Philadelphia-based Comcast, the top US cable-television service, faces big challenges in an online world. Philadelphia-based Comcast, the top US cable-television service, faces big challenges in an online world. (MIKE MERGEN/BLOOMBERG NEWS)
By Carolyn Y. Johnson
Globe Staff / February 19, 2007

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As the entertainment landscape changes, cable giant Comcast Corp. is aggressively expanding its offerings to compete against a slew of new challengers, from YouTube.com to Verizon . (Full article: 587 words)

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