Comcast posts letters to FCC, many from local businesses, expressing support for Time-Warner Cable Merger

Tom Paine

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Comcast has submitted numerous letters in support of the Time Warner Cable merger to the
FCC, including many from Philadelphia area small businesses and associations. It has also
included them in an SEC filing and posted them on its website.

Among those submitting letters was Tracey Welson ‐ Rossman of Chariot Solutions, citing among other things Comcast's support for, the organization she founded;
Evan Urbania, CEO, ChatterBlast Media, who praises the expansion of Comcast's business services; and the CIO of Hanover-based Utz Quality Foods, who cites Comcast's assistance in
upgrading Utz' communications infrastucture.

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