Comcast Corp., which provides service to many Bay Area homes and is the nation’s largest cable TV provider, is rolling out a new TV platform that does away with the hard drive and saves your TV shows online.
The company on Tuesday cited the high cost of living and doing business in California as the reason behind its decision to shut down the call centers in Sacramento, Livermore and Morgan Hill at the end of November.
Increasing numbers of Americans are dropping cable and satellite television service, and the weak economy is to blame, according to the Associated Press.
Those little boxes that usher signals into your television set are “energy sucking vampires,” according to a new report by the Natural Resources Defense Council.
Cable companies have been losing TV subscribers at an ever faster rate in the last few months, and satellite TV isn’t picking up the slack.