- , Wednesday, February 11, 2004 12 AM
After Comcast spent billions acquiring AT&T's cable business and talked up digital broadband nirvana -- bundled services and convergence -- potentially reaching 21 million subscribers, the
Philadelphia-based cable company is now setting its sights on content to fill the pipeline. Is content really king in the world of digital video recorders (DVRs), such as TiVo? That system lessens the
value of advertising when viewers can zap what pays the bills.
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