City Council may allow break-up of Comcast TV’s near monopoly

    Philadelphia City Council could take a step today that would allow Verizon to offer pay-TV service in the city and break Comcast’s near monopoly. The contract with Verizon was fast-tracked by the Nutter administration, but Public Access Committee members are unhappy with the bill. WHYY’s Susan Phillips reports.

    Philadelphia City Council could take a step today that would allow Verizon to offer pay-TV service in the city and break Comcast’s near monopoly. The contract with Verizon was fast-tracked by the Nutter administration, but Public Access Committee members are unhappy with the bill. WHYY’s Susan Phillips reports.

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