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    1. Comcast is adding 600-job call center in Fort Collins

      Comcast is adding 600-job call center in Fort Collins

      Cable giant Comcast Corp. is opening a new call center in Fort Collins and plans to hire to fill most of the 600 positions there.

      The Philadelphia-based company (Nasdaq: CMCSA) plans to hold a press conference Thursday morning in the northern Colorado city that’s scheduled to include Fort Collins Mayor Wade Troxell and Rich Jennings, Comcast’s senior vice president for Rocky Mountain region.

      The new center is in addition to existing customer care sites in the southern Denver metro area, where…

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    2. Colorado lawmakers hang up on telecom reforms

      Colorado lawmakers hang up on telecom reforms

      Expectations that the 2016 legislative session could produce big changes to telecommunications law in Colorado turned out to be misguided as bills watched by the industry failed or were gutted in the session’s final days.

      A bill that would have let rural counties exempt telecom providers’ broadband hardware purchases from sales taxes died in a legislative committee hours before the end of this year’s session Wednesday.

      It was one of many proposed tech-related measures to run aground in a…

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    3. Comcast customers won't need cable box with upcoming apps

      Comcast customers won't need cable box with upcoming apps

      NEW YORK >> Comcast says later this year you won't need a cable box to watch cable as the company follows its rivals in offering TV-watching apps.

      The announcement has interesting timing. It comes as the federal government works on new rules that would force the TV industry to let tech companies -- say, TiVo or Google -- sell cable boxes, too. Consumers typically pay cable companies extra fees for these boxes, and the cable industry is opposed to the effort.

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    4. Level 3 CEO is back on the job

      Level 3 CEO is back on the job

      Level 3 Communications Inc. CEO Jeff Storey says he's back on the job, less than two months after taking a medical leave from the company. Storey took leave in February to recover from successful surgery related to a heart condition. During his absence, Level 3 (NYSE: LVLT) CFO Sunit Patel acted as CEO. "I'm pleased to be back. I'd like to thank Sunit for his leadership in my absence and for moving us forward on our strategy," Storey said in a statement.

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    5. Comcast teeing up new services targeted at millennials

      Comcast teeing up new services targeted at millennials

      NEW YORK (AP) — Comcast, which became a TV powerhouse by signing up Generation Xers, baby boomers and their parents, now is fighting for millennial eyeballs.

      The TV giant is investing in online media outlets like BuzzFeed and Vox that attract young viewers. It's setting up a streaming TV service for millennials who don't watch a boob tube. And it's developing a YouTube-like video app and website.

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    6. Comcast Business Now Offers 10 Gigabit-Per-Second Ethernet Services in Castle Rock

      Comcast Business Now Offers 10 Gigabit-Per-Second Ethernet Services in Castle Rock

      Comcast Business today announced that its full portfolio of Ethernet services is now available to businesses in Castle Rock, CO. Capable of up to 10 gigabits-per-second (Gbps) of performance, these services are specifically designed for businesses, hospitals and other organizations requiring more capacity, looking to network multiple locations together, or planning to connect their offices to a third-party data center.

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    7. Charter-Time Warner Cable deal easier for feds to like than Comcast tie-up, says John Malone

      Charter-Time Warner Cable deal easier for feds to like than Comcast tie-up, says John Malone

      John Malone says he doesn’t foresee Charter Communications’ $89.1 billion acquisition of Time Warner Cable and Bright House Networks drawing the type of scrutiny from regulators that sunk Comcast Corp.'s bid to buy Time Warner. The scale of combined a Charter-TWC-Bright House cable-broadband company is too different — in terms of number of subscribers and ownership of TV content businesses — than Comcast’s acquisition would’ve been, Malone said.

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    8. Comcast is creating a campus, adding jobs in south metro suburbs

      Comcast is creating a campus, adding jobs in south metro suburbs

      Comcast Corp. has leased 300,000 square feet of office space that used to house Charles Schwab Corp., consolidating some office locations in Denver's southern suburbs while making room to add 300 or more local jobs. The Philadelphia-based cable giant (Nasdaq: CMCSA) plans to move into buildings on East Panorama Circle in Centennial, just off Interstate 25 at Dry Creek Road, starting early next year.

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    9. Charter Communications Englewood research facility complete

      Charter Communications Englewood research facility complete

      The 85,000-square-foot, $25.5 million Charter Communications Inc.'s research-and-development facility in Englewood is complete, according to the project's developer, The Opus Group. The flex industrial building is located in the Compark Business Campus near C-470 and Interstate 25. Colorado competed with Missouri for the facility, eventually winning out in April 2014 after the Colorado Economic Development Commission offered nearly $900,000 in tax credits to Charter (Nasdaq: CHTR) in return for…

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