Here, we’ve compiled a list of the best Brian L. Roberts Quotes. Let’s look at these pieces of wisdom. We definitely have something to learn from them!
NBC News will help define Comcast.
We support an open Internet and having rules – the right kind of rules that are legally enforceable and allow for investment and innovation.
The day is coming when, in 45 seconds, you can download a movie.
We took the brains out of the set-top box and put it in the cloud. Having our software in the cloud gives consumers the ability to click their remote control and navigate through thousands of choices in a simple and elegant way. That’s magic.
Comcast NBCUniversal has an incredible array of brands and ways to deliver those brands and experiences for consumers.
Our products weren’t getting some of the excitement they deserved because you were waiting on hold on the phone, or we missed an appointment.
Many years ago, Bill Gates said that one day we’d be able to click on the shoes of a character in a TV show and buy them online. Whether that happens or not, are you thinking about new ways to combine your assets in programming, customer knowledge, and technology?
We provide a breadth of live and catch-up content – what we define as this season’s content, none of which is available in the Netflix rerun world.
I go back to when we met with the late Steve Jobs. He couldn’t understand why we didn’t put Wi-Fi in every cable set box. And I literally went home and said, ‘Tell me again – what’s Wi-Fi?’
Today NBC makes certain content available online and I can’t imagine we will change that process.
We have a broad, well-positioned company, so when ‘Minions’ comes out, it can be in theme parks all over the world. We own Fandango. We can advertise on a network. We can have the characters pop up on the Golf Channel.
Verizon had just come out with FiOS, and AT&T had U-verse. We came up with a couple of options, and then our marketing people came in and said, ‘What do you think of Xfinity?’
We are going to have a suite of products that you subscribe to – television, high-speed Internet, phone, home security, energy management, maybe even health care – and we are going to have many customers that are going to buy those products directly from us.
You have to have a business model you believe in and like.
You can’t just buy the sports section of ‘The New York Times.’ You take the whole paper.
It’s really important we stay in touch with our customers and try to, over time, have more packages and flexibility than perhaps we have historically offered. And that’s part of that tension that is healthy that is going on in the marketplace.
If you had to pay separately for just PBS, probably, sadly, not a majority of Americans would do that. So there’s many channels, whether it’s Discovery Channel or C-SPAN or many, many others, that just aren’t viable.
It’s a huge mistake not to embrace social media. We need to stay in touch and stay relevant to young people.
It seemed to me the perfect company for the 21st century would be one that was technology-orientated with great content and national scale.