Cable and satellite television companies are planning raise hikes for the new year, according to the Denver Post. The companies are blaming programming costs for the increased subscription rates. Comcast is raising rates by 4.3 percent statewide, and basic cable subscribers in Denver will see a 15 percent jump. Read more at the Denver Post.
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