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randalford
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Finance featured "news"

I am NOT pleased to find a Fox commentary placed on my home page as "news." ("Obama campaigning vs. own budget plan?") I am not interested in having videos from Fox commentators presented as news. Political propoganda needs to be treated as political propoganda. I hope this is not a new trend on Comcast ...

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ComcastJoe
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Re: Finance featured "news"


randalford wrote:

I am NOT pleased to find a Fox commentary placed on my home page as "news." ("Obama campaigning vs. own budget plan?") I am not interested in having videos from Fox commentators presented as news. Political propoganda needs to be treated as political propoganda. I hope this is not a new trend on Comcast ...


XFINITY.com publishes content from a variety of sources:

 

Questions or comments regarding a particular article or video should be directed to the news provider (for example, AP, Reuters, CBS News, ABC News, Fox News, etc.) responsible for that story.  If you would like to know which news source provided the article, you can usually find it in the copyright information at the end of the article or in the caption of the video.

 

Feedback regarding home page headlines or other content created by XFINITY.com editors will be forwarded to the editorial team. XFINITY.com is committed to providing accurate and unbiased coverage of all political parties and presidential candidates.

 

Since this is a Help & Support forum and not a political forum, I am locking this issue.

 

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Joe
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