Senior vice president, general counsel and secretary, Comcast Corp.
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In 1989, when Block joined Comcast Corp. as its
chief in-house transactions counsel, the Philadelphia-
based firm was a regional cable television provider.
After growth and acquisitions during Block’s tenure,
Comcast today is America’s largest cable company,
with major subsidiaries in the cable programming,
retailing and professional sports businesses.
With the Broadband acquisition, Comcast Corp.
became America’s largest cable television provider,
with wholly owned subsidiary Comcast Cable Communications Inc. serving nearly 22 million subscribers
Comcast broadcasts some of its own cable programming, produced through subsidiaries Comcast
SportsNet, E! Entertainment Television, The Golf
Channel, Outdoor Life Network and QVC, the home-shopping network. The company has a two-thirds
stake in Comcast-Spectacor, which owns the Philadelphia Flyers of the National Hockey League and the
76ers of the National Basketball Association. By the
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