College kids prefer to watch TV on traditional sets rather than computers, cell phones or MP3 players, according to a new CTAM study. 70% of their total hours spent viewing content was on a traditional TV set. 10% reported using their computers to view TV programs. Meanwhile, 79% of off-campus students with a choice in video providers subscribe to cable, 7% to satellite and 2% to telco. Cable modem service also beat out DSL, 65% vs 26%.

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Comcast Expands 1.2 TB Cap

Come January, all of Comcast ’s residential internet customers will have a 1.2 Terabyte data cap. The operator is expanding the cap into its Northeast markets, which includes DC, Massachusetts and Virginia

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