Comcast’s Ed Hauge, our video production manager, produced and filmed this short video that the Puyallup Valley Food Bank is using to promote its mission and good work. If the voice at the beginning and end of the spot sounds familliar, there’s a reason. Ed found out about the Food Bank’s need from Kent Boyle, […]
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Comcast is pleased to be airing a public service announcement to help raise awareness – and money – for a much-needed shelter in Pierce County, Washington. Here’s what the YWCA’s Kelly McDonald told us about the effort: The YWCA is proud to have offered safety to women and children fleeing violence for over three decades, […]
After years of being “the customer,” I finally had a chance to follow a cable technician to see what it’s like on the inside of the cable business. I learned that cable technicians aren’t just “cable guys.” My name’s Katelin Chow, and I’m a junior at the University of Washington and have been interning with […]
Like a lot of sports fans, now that I’ve had an HD set since the Seattle Seahawks were in the Super Bowl, I’ve been ruined for watching sports in anything less than high definition. The sport really doesn’t matter. Football, baseball, basketball, tennis, soccer, bike racing: it is all better in high definition. But what […]
Enjoy a diverse tour of Seattle’s International District on Comcast Neighborhoods. The segment is on YouTube in two parts. This first section features mention of the Wing Luke Museum of the Asian Pacific American Experience and a number of historic sites: This section talks about food, and includes information about the famous Uwajimaya.