Recent Editorials on Comcast Internet Essentials
Monday, March 23, 2015
Editorials and a letter to the editor appearing in California publications from the past two days about Comcast Internet Essentials and benefits of the Comcast-Time Warner Cable transaction for broadband adoption and digital literacy. Share with your networks, and let me know if you have any questions or comments.
· Editorialby Brent Wilkes, national executive director of LULAC, appearing yesterday in the Orange Country Register, on Internet Essentials, CETF claims and the CPUC.
· Editorialon the benefits of Comcast- Time Warner Cable transaction for California and particularly its African-American communities by Amos R. Brown, President of the NAACP’s San Francisco Chapter and pastor of San Francisco’s Third Baptist Church, appearing in the Sacramento Observer.
· Editorial in the Long Beach Press Telegram by Chris Floyd, Executive Director of the Los Angeles Opportunities Industrialization Center, on Internet Essentials and the emptiness of CETF and other criticisms of the program.
· Letter to the Editorin the San Francisco Chronicle today by Jim Wunderman, President & CEO of the Bay Area Council, appearing today to clarify facts about the Comcast-Time Warner Cable transaction.