Your Thoughts On Comcast -Time Warner Cable Merger

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What are your thoughts on the Comcast - Time Warner Cable merger issue? Let us know here below!

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  • Wendy Fast
    commented 2015-02-06 10:11:19 -0800
    Against! Both companies already have low consumer satisfaction ratings-and if they become a monopoly they will be even LESS responsible and responsive to their customers.
  • Merelyn Dolins
    commented 2015-02-06 09:57:19 -0800
    AGAINST- comcast wants to increase its monopoly control of the internet and media – this is not in our – we who are customers – best interest. ASK WHY HAVE THEY CONTINUED TO RAISE RATES WITHOUT INCREASE IN SERVICES? And why are their customer services so irresponsible and continually considered the worst of all of the media corporations?
  • John Cannizzaro
    commented 2015-02-06 09:55:02 -0800
    I appose the merger. Too many media outlets are being "merged " into corporate controlled

    mega monsters which are not responsive to the needs of local people. Our media sources should be local and sensitive to the needs and opinions of local communities. If a Democracy

    is to survive, information , and it’s delivery , must be controlled at the local level.
  • Richard Cales
    commented 2015-02-06 09:53:30 -0800
    Hell no!

    Merging two megacompanies into yet another monopoly is unacceptable!
  • Robert Sennhauser
    commented 2015-02-06 09:52:21 -0800
    I am against the merger. No matter how many channels Comcast may have, they are determined on the amount of $’s they bring in, and not a wide presentation of issues that are important to the Latino community. I am a member of and have closely followed their reasons for prohibiting the Comcast-Time Warner merger.
  • Patrick McIntosh
    commented 2015-02-06 09:49:17 -0800
    As digital TV user I wish that Time Warner cable would allow me to choose which channels I want watch instead of having to pay for many that I never will watch.
  • Rayleen Nunez
    commented 2015-02-06 09:48:16 -0800
    I am for the merger because I believe both Comcast and Time Warner are organizations that are very responsive to their consumers and that from the merger we can expect more for our money and addditional programming.
  • Janet Maker
    commented 2015-02-06 09:47:04 -0800
    Comcast’s public record speaks for itself: the Consumerist has named Comcast the worst company in the World twice.