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Comcast Corporation (CMCSA)

3/24/2006 Proxy Information

Mr. Anstrom, one of our directors, is President and Chief Operating Officer of Landmark Communications, Inc., the parent company of The Weather Channel. In 2005, we paid $20,050,890 in programming fees for carriage of The Weather Channel and Weatherscan Local under customary armÕs-length affiliation agreements. Mr. Anstrom was not directly involved in the negotiation of these agreements.

Debra G. Brodsky, a daughter of Mr. Brodsky, our non-executive Vice Chairman and one of our directors, is one of our employees. In 2005, she received $178,440 in annual salary and bonus. She also participates in our employee benefit and equity incentive plans on the same basis as other similarly situated employees.

Ralph J. Roberts is the father of Mr. Brian L. Roberts.

Mr. Bonovitz is married to a first cousin of Mr. Brian L. Roberts.

4/8/2005 Proxy Information

Ralph J. Roberts is the father of Mr. Brian L. Roberts.

S. Decker Anstrom is an executive officer of Landmark Communications, Inc., subsidiaries of which provide us with cable programming services. Under applicable Nasdaq rules, Mr. Anstrom qualifies as independent since the amount of programming fees we pay for such services falls within Nasdaq prescribed limits. In each of 2002, 2003 and 2004 the amounts we paid to Landmark and its subsidiaries did not exceed the greater of five percent of Landmark's consolidated gross revenues for that year or $200,000. In considering Mr. Anstrom's independence under our corporate governance guidelines, the Board also determined that the Landmark business relationship is on customary arms-length terms and is not material to Comcast, and that Mr. Anstrom has no significant personal or other business relationships with Comcast or any of our executive officers or other employees.

Debra G. Brodsky, a daughter of Mr. Brodsky, our non-executive Vice Chairman and one of our directors, is one of our employees. In 2004, she received $145,823 in annual salary and bonus. She also participates in our employee benefit and equity incentive plans on the same basis as other similarly situated employees.

Sheldon M. Bonovitz is Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Duane Morris LLP, a law firm that we had retained for legal services prior to 2003. Under applicable Nasdaq rules, Mr. Bonovitz qualifies as independent notwithstanding this past business relationship since the amount of fees we paid for such services fell within Nasdaq prescribed limits. However, the Board has determined that Mr. Bonovitz does not meet the independence definition in our corporate governance guidelines because of his personal relationships with the Roberts family.

Edward Breen is Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer of Tyco International Ltd., a company with which Comcast engages in ordinary course commercial transactions. Under applicable Nasdaq rules, Mr. Breen qualifies as independent since the amount of fees we paid to Tyco and the amount of fees Tyco paid to us in respect of such commercial arrangements fall within Nasdaq prescribed limits. In each of 2002, 2003 and 2004 the amounts we paid to Tyco and the amounts Tyco paid to us did not exceed the greater of five percent of the recipient company's consolidated gross revenues for that year or $200,000. In considering Mr. Breen's independence under our corporate governance guidelines, the Board also determined that the Tyco business relationship is on customary arms-length terms and is not material to Comcast.

4/8/2004 Proxy Information

Mr. Anstrom, one of our directors, is President and Chief Operating Officer of Landmark Communications, Inc., the parent company of The Weather Channel. In 2003, we paid $19,736,883 in programming fees for carriage of The Weather Channel and Weatherscan Local under customary arms-length affiliation agreements. Bill Burke, a brother of Stephen B. Burke, one of our executive officers, is President of The Weather Channel. Neither Mr. Anstrom nor Messrs. Burke were directly involved in the negotiation of these agreements.

James Van Blarcom, a son-in-law of Mr. Castle, one of our directors, was formerly one of our employees. In 2003, he received $78,364 in annual salary, bonus and commissions. He also participated in our employee benefit and equity incentive plans on the same basis as other similarly situated employees.

Debra G. Brodsky, a daughter of Mr. Brodsky, our Vice Chairman and one of our directors, is one of our employees. In 2003, she received $129,960 in annual salary and bonus. She also participates in our employee benefit and equity incentive plans on the same basis as other similarly situated employees.

C. Michael Armstrong was (executive) Chairman of Comcast Corporation from November 2002 to May 2003.

Sheldon M. Bonovitz is Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of the law firm Duane Morris LLP, which provided services to Old Comcast and the Company during fiscal year 2002. Except for the completion of work in progress, the Company does not expect to retain Duane Morris LLP during fiscal year 2003

Brian L. Roberts is a son of Mr. Ralph J. Roberts.

3/31/2003 Proxy Information

Brian L. Roberts is a son of Mr. Ralph J. Roberts.

Mr. Bonovitz, a director of the Company, is Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of the law firm Duane Morris LLP, which provided services to Old Comcast and the Company during fiscal year 2002. Except for the completion of work in progress, the Company does not expect to retain Duane Morris LLP during fiscal year 2003.

Mr. Anstrom, a director of the Company, is the President and Chief Operating Officer of Landmark Communications, Inc., the parent company of The Weather Channel. In 2002, Old Comcast and the Company paid $10,623,089 in programming fees for carriage of The Weather Channel and Weatherscan Local.