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Brian L. Roberts - Comcast
It's early in the season. We're down about 5 percent. That's a lot lower [decline] than people originally
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Oct 26 2017
Comcast has been commented on by 63 key people in the news. You can find all of them on this page with their statements. People who have been most quoted about Comcast are: Brian L. Roberts, Alan May and Craig Moffett. For instance, the most recent quote from Brian L. Roberts is: “It's early in the season. We're down about 5 percent. That's a lot lower [decline] than people originally thought.”.
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Julia Yue - JPMorgan Chase & Co.

We are cautious on the longer-term secular risks around PVOD as we view a studio potentially moving forward with Apple/Comcast or another distributor as a significant risk for the exhibition

Brian L. Roberts - Comcast

We launched our fantastic new xFi experience for in-home broadband during the quarter, the latest example of our culture of innovation and continued focus on developing differentiated products and services for our customers. Our teams continue to execute incredibly well and I am excited about the opportunities ahead for Comcast

Jason Bazinet

It's a call Comcast should make...and Verizon should

Thomas Lee

Notably, Dish, Comcast, [and] Globalstar hold substantial spectrum that, combined with one of the existing mobile carriers, enhances a carrier's

Matthew Strauss - Comcast

I think there are other networks that have similar attributes that would lend themselves to this kind of a premium experience. We are having those conversations, but at the end of the day, it's just a win in many ways for the viewers: It's just another

Charlie Collier - AMC Networks

This is not a stand-alone service. This is an option, a choice or an upgrade to fans who love the

Craig Moffett

From a game theory perspective, this is a fascinating

Jennifer Fritzsche - Wells Fargo

What Sprint brings to the table is a tremendous spectrum position. Think of Sprint as an old house with great bones that needs a lot of

Jennifer Fritzsche - Wells Fargo

Many think that Sprint really had its back against the wall and many thought if T-Mobile were to happen, it would essentially be a

Jonathan Chaplin

We estimate hard cost synergies from this deal very roughly at US$35-US$40 billion; however, there are strategic and economic benefits that may be far greater for all parties than just the direct cost

Matt Wood

Like most of these tie-ups, this is an agreement that investment bankers might love but internet users don't need. They don't want forced

Braxton Carter - T-Mobile US

What about Sprint, T-Mobile and a coalition of Comcast and Charter and the value creation that could come out of that? From a shareholder standpoint, that could be very, very

Thomas M. Rutledge - Charter Communications

(The partnership) will also enable us to provide more competition and drive costs down for consumers at a similar national scale as current wireless

Chris Satchell - Comcast

We want the connectivity in the home to be as good as connectivity to the

Brian L. Roberts - Comcast

We have more broadband customers than we do video, and the rate of that growth is pretty exciting in

Tim Wu

In the earliest days we were trying to save companies like YouTube. Now it's as much about trying to save the net from YouTube as it is about saving YouTube. Snapchat has grown up in an era of network neutrality, and I think Snapchat owes some of its existence to net neutrality. Facebook hasn't been able to destroy it yet, and they would have had an easier job in a non-net-neutrality world. The question is, will Facebook and Comcast be able to join together and gang up on a future Snapchat?feedback

Ross Levinsohn

They've got to embrace this company as a media company. I want to believe that if Yahoo had fully embraced media, it [could have] had a real place over the last four years in that space. It is a delivery mechanism and a distribution mechanism. The best thing they did here was manage expectations. [Twitter] set expectations exceedingly low. I could list four our five. Google, Apple, Microsoft, Comcast and

Lowell McAdam - Verizon

If (Comcast CEO) Brian (Roberts) came knocking on the door, I'd have a discussion with him about it. But I'd also tell you there isn't much that I wouldn't have a discussion around if somebody came and said, Here's a compelling reason why we ought to put the businesses together. As we've looked at companies around the U.S., there's nobody building to the architecture that we're talking about. From a fiber perspective, nobody, whether you're a fiber company or a cable company, you don't have the architecture that we're talking about

Alan May

They cut his minutes this season to get him ready for the playoffs, and I've always thought that when you have the big players like that – he can truck, he can fly – you've got to get them warmed up, you've got to get their legs

Alan May

This would be the biggest failure in, maybe, NHL history. This is absolutely horrible what's going on right

Alan May

I just say go with your best players and lean on them. There's a reason you call guys third- and fourth-liners. … Skate your top six out there. The Caps had a great top-six this season, and put the pressure of the series on them, and let them be the heroes in this series, and make sure you're putting the right players out at the right

Alan May

I think the adjustments aren't there. I think the way this is being coached by Mike Babcock right now, I'd say Mike Babcock is running the Capitals' show right now, he's changing their players when you look at what's going on with the line deployments. Alexander Ovechkin only had 15 minutes last night. I thought Alexander Ovechkin was flying, and he needed to be on the ice with [T.J.] Oshie and [Nicklas] Backstrom a lot more

Alan May

I used to yell at the coach on the bench for doing things like that, for letting the other team's coach run our show and run our

Roger Entner - Recon Analytics

It will be interesting to see if T-Mobile will get a nationwide license and how much more on top of that; if Verizon was actually bidding; how much and where Comcast and the other cable guys were bidding/winning (nationwide or just their markets).feedback

Mike Cavanaugh - Comcast

The simplicity of the offer lends itself to a digital-first experience, which is going to be at a very efficient cost to serve, as

Jonathan Chaplin

Wireless should be a positive driver of value for Comcast, and the market isn't giving them credit for it

Dave Watson - Comcast

One thing we're looking at now is retention – it's key for us. It will be designed to support the core cable

Bob Quinn - AT&T

The Congressional action had zero effect on the privacy protections afforded to consumers. If the government believes that location data is sensitive and requires more explicit consumer disclosures and permissions, then those protections should apply to all players that have access to location data, whether an ISP or edge player or search

Gigi Sohn

ISPs like Comcast, AT&T, and Charter will be free to sell your personal information to the highest bidder without your permission – and no one will be able to protect

Bill Nelson

This is a gold mine of data–the holy grail so to speak. It is no wonder that broadband providers want to be able to sell this information to the highest bidder without consumers' knowledge or consent. And they want to collect and use this information without providing transparency or being held

Neema Singh Guliani

With this move, Congress is essentially allowing companies like Comcast, AT&T, and Verizon to sell consumers' private information to the highest

Jim Cramer

Those who were shorting it ... they're already screaming. You can't short when you start these new deals by the way, but people do. That's going to be a wake-up call. There's going to be a lot of deals announced with media

John Legere

People no longer care if you're in the cable industry, wireless industry, contracts – you want to pick this [smartphone] up and do whatever you want. Dish needs to do something, Sprint needs to do something, Comcast needs to do something, and they all bring our names up. We can do either something, or we can continue to grow and come back here every year and talk about

Craig Moffett

Verizon's wireless business needs to dramatically densify their wireless networks for the next generation of wireless. Densification is an engineering phrase for saying they need an awful amount of wires. Verizon's interest in wires is diametrically opposite from AT&T's interest in content. It's unlikely both of them are right. You'd have to say it's an unlikely a deal would make it to the finish line. It's very hard for Verizon's balance sheet to expand far enough to pull something off of this

Brian L. Roberts - Comcast

Our performance at Comcast Cable was exceptionally strong. We grew operating cash flow 5.6%, added 161,000 video subscribers, the best video customer results in a decade, and delivered our best high-speed Internet customer results in nine

Jim Kenney

I know that Comcast and the business community are committed to ending wage discrimination, and I'm hopeful that moving forward we can have a better partnership on this and other issues of concern to business owners and their employees. This doesn't need to be an either/or argument -- what is good for the people of Philadelphia is good for business,

Jim Rooney

What are your salary expectations?' is a powerful question, and it lets you be within

Rob Wonderling

The wage equity ordinance as written is an overly broad impediment to businesses seeking to grow their workforce in the City of

Victoria A. Budson

This provision won't close the wage gap, but it's an important piece in helping close it. You're not allowed to ask someone's marital status or if they are planning to have children. We have a long standing history of things not to ask an employee. This would just be one thing added to

Maya Raghu

For lawmakers, it is something that you can easily understand, thinking back to your first jobs and how those salaries impacted

Bill Greenlee

It's reasonable to think if you take this question out of the equation it could help lessen wage inequality, and it's worth a chance. We're trying to ensure

Blake Kozak

What the large players in the market like a Comcast, AT&T, and security providers like Vivint, what these companies can do is provide more marketing and provide more opportunities for consumers to use these products first hand. Get these products in front of them, because it's very difficult just watching advertisements on TV, as to what the true value

Richard Blumenthal

The merger here is very different from NBC and Comcast in this respect: It involves wireless, it's a national platform and it involves more than one platform. It's several platforms, whereas Comcast and NBC really involved one platform and it was limited to certain parts of the

Richard Blumenthal

Consumer protection and antitrust enforcement never has been and never should be a partisan

Brian L. Roberts - Comcast

I'm pleased to report that our businesses generated double-digit revenue and operating cash flow growth for the third quarter of 2016. Cable delivered solid operating cash flow growth coupled with great customer metrics, and has now added 170,000 video subscribers over the past twelve

John Bergmayer

These sorts of behavioural conditions are very hard to write, very hard to enforce and don't necessarily always give you the precise outcome you were looking

David R. McAtee II - AT&T

We feel we have an even stronger case. Comcast was a dominant, entrenched cable and broadband provider, and NBC Universal had big broadcast licenses in an ecosystem where over the-top video was still in its infancy. Yet the government approved the deal with conditions. On all counts, we have a stronger case for

Scott Hemphill

It's important to assess how well the NBC consent decree has done. On the face of things, online video seems to be thriving. But has Comcast engaged in troubling behavior as a result of owning NBCUniversal? That's an important question for thinking about this

Jim Cramer

...There used to be a Justice Department. It was independent, and it made

Jim Cramer

...If I were AT&T I would say, Hey, the worse that happens is maybe we become like

John Traynor

We'll be talking about this a year from now, but Comcast-NBC got through. We think AT&T can handle the debt

John Janedis - Jefferies

We believe the deal will receive intense regulatory scrutiny by the FCC. Many pundits believe that the Comcast-NBCUniversal deal that was approved in March 2013 would not have been approved if it were to occur today, given a regulatory environment that appears more hostile. Looking ahead the likely new president may be less 'business friendly' going

David McAtee II - AT&T

We look forward to discussing the many benefits of this transaction with our regulators. In the modern history of the media and the Internet, the U.S. government has always approved vertical mergers like ours, because they benefit consumers, strengthen competition, and, in our case, encourage innovation and

Al Franken

I'm sceptical of huge media mergers because they can lead to higher costs, fewer choices, and even worse service for consumers. And regulators often agree, like when Comcast unsuccessfully tried to buy Time Warner Cable, a deal that I fiercely

Amy Ray - Cadwalader, Wickersham & Taft

I don't think they would have inked a deal this big if there wasn't a good possibility of it going through. The real question is, will it go through without any sort of remedy or commitment? I'd put that chance very

Andrew Schwartzman

It was an unsuccessful merger from a regulatory point of

Rich Greenfield - BTIG Research

In our view, regulators will fear that AT&T will use its distribution footprint to favor Time Warner content vs. third

Paul Gallant - Cowen and Company

By standard antitrust metrics, this deal should be O.K. in Washington. But the Democratic Party is moving left, and if Clinton wins, this could become an early test for her 'tougher on business'

Craig Aaron - Free Press

It's a massive deal concentrating a huge amount of media power under one corporate umbrella. Consumers benefit when companies have to negotiate and fight with each

Andre Barlow - André

It's a smaller version of the Comcast/NBCU deal but it raises the same types of

Jan Dawson - Jackdaw Research

If Comcast is to make this a compelling offer, especially given their lack of history in wireless, they're going to have to offer some steep discounts in their

Tom Wheeler - Federal Communications Commission

If adopted, these consumer-first rules would pave the way for a competitive marketplace for new devices that enhance the TV-watching experience. Bottom line: consumers will no longer have to rent a set-top box just to watch the programming they already pay

Shen Danyang

Recently MOFCOM received complaints regarding Comcast's decision to buy out DreamWorks, claiming that the deal would hurt competition in the Chinese market. MOFCOM will investigate this complaint case based on anti-monopoly

Glenn Geller

Being able to catch up is clearly important. Fans want to watch the shows when they want to watch

Morris Mark - Mark Asset Management

Both Charter and Comcast have been gaining shares of TV viewership, even as TV viewership

Brian L. Roberts - Comcast

I'm very optimistic that we can continue this growth. We're having a wonderful

Brian L. Roberts - Comcast

It's all fueled by this great content that we now have in the company. That's what gave us the confidence to want to buy

Brian L. Roberts - Comcast

That's the innovation we've been talking about and it's really paying dividends right

Marcien Jenckes - Comcast

We want to create an easy, pay-as-you-go option for people who want more flexibility and predictability when buying our services. And our partnership with Boost Mobile will give Xfinity Prepaid customers even more places where they can conveniently sign-up and

Jonathan Chaplin

The ARM deal doesn't diminish the strategic value of a (Sprint-T-Mobile) deal in any way. However, it reduces the amount of cash that SoftBank could commit to the deal, making it marginally more challenging for them to fend off competing offers from Comcast and

Andrew Frank - Gartner

Verizon thinks they can do something in digital the way Comcast has done in TV. Putting together Yahoo and AOL is probably bigger than the sum of its parts, and they want to be a media and advertising

Rob Portman

We discovered something I found hard to believe: Time Warner Cable and another company, Charter, made no effort to trace overcharges. Instead of correcting their mistake by refunding the overcharges, their practice has been to just pocket the money. In my view, that is a

Craig Moffett

Theme Parks must now be viewed as a foundational element of the Comcast story, and no doubt is a big part of their interest in

Tony Wible - Janney Capital Markets

The government could still object and may be more concerned about one company controlling so much of the country's broadband

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