Sign Up to Attend Public Meetings on 15-Year Comcast Deal!

The week of April 27th, you will have a rare opportunity to speak out about your experiences with Comcast through a series of six public meetings, organized by the City of Philadelphia.  Will you join us to speak out and hold Comcast accountable to the needs of our city?  Fill out the form here to let us know you are coming. 

Comcast’s tower soars high into the Philadelphia skyline – and the company has a lot of influence in our city.

The week of April 27th, you will have a rare opportunity to speak out about your experiences with Comcast through a series of public meetings – six, the week of April 27th!

Will you join us to speak out and hold Comcast accountable to the needs of our city?  Click here to let us know you’re coming to at least one of these important meetings – list of dates and times here:

Tuesday, April 28:    12:00 p.m. – 2:00 p.m. at PCI Library, 1905 Locust Street

5:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m. at South Philadelphia High School, 2101 South Broad Street

Wednesday, April 29:           5:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m. at MaST Charter School, 1800 East Byberry Road

Thursday, April 30:  12:00 p.m. – 2:00 p.m. at Community Center at Visitation, 2646 Kensington Avenue

5:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m. at Martin Luther King High School, 6100 Stenton Avenue

Saturday, May 2:      12:00 p.m. – 2:00 p.m. at Bibleway Baptist Church, 1323 North 52nd Street

This is a once-in-a-generation chance to remake Philly’s communications system for the better. 

Your voice is critical. Will you join us and tell Comcast and the City what you need from the future of our media system?

Comcast is prospering while Philadelphians are subjected to budget cuts that are shutting down our schools, our fire departments and other vital public infrastructure.  At the same time, the Inquirer reports that we have the third worst rate of broadband penetration to our homes – because we and our neighbors can’t afford Comcast services.

To make matters worse, a recent, 570+ page study reveals that Philadelphians pay more for cable services than, and rank Comcast the worst of, ALL other cities surveyed in the last six years. All while Comcast pays little in taxes.

Because of our pressure, the City released this survey over Comcast’s objections.  If we keep telling our stories and asking for the rates and resources we need from Comcast, we’ll win the strongest Comcast cable franchise in the country.

Comcast needs to serve our consumers and our city and pay its fair share. Join us to show Comcast that we mean business.