Metro Detroit: Newsmakers July 7, 2008

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Detroit News:

Finally, a household bill that is actually smaller than last year. In Metro Detroit communities, cable TV giant Comcast Corp. and telephone giant AT&T are battling for customers with bargain deals for their bundled Internet, TV and telephone services. Analysts predicted just such a consumer bonanza a year ago, when AT&T launched its U-verse technology after winning state approval to offer broadband services and compete head to head with Comcast. U-verse is now available in 160 Michigan communities, most of which are also served by Comcast. As a result, the market has become more customer-friendly as the companies ratchet up their sales pitches and expand their product offerings, said Jeff Kagan, a telecommunications industry consultant in Marietta, Ga... Cable giants' competition benefits users (Mon, 7/7)

 


 

Detroit Free Press:

Borrowing a good idea from New York City, flutist and WVMV-FM (98.7) morning personality Alexander Zonjic is presenting a series of Smooth Jazz Cruises on the Detroit River starting Tuesday. Tuesday's opener on the Detroit Princess Riverboat features the nationally known smooth jazz headliners the Sax Pack, featuring Jeff Kashiwa, Steve Cole and Kim Waters... Jazz cruises kick off with Sax Pack (Mon, 7/7)

 

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This page contains a single entry by Mike Austerman published on July 7, 2008 8:51 AM.

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