Posted March 19, 2007 9:41 am by with 4 comments

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paidContent.org, has extracts from a WSJ article suggesting cable company Comcast is unhappy with the amount of revenue generated via their deal with Google, and may turn to Microsoft.

Comcast thinks it should get a larger search ad rev share, and is also is unhappy about other terms of the deal. The company gets about $70 million in shared revenues through the Google deal, but wants $100 million…

This will be interesting to watch. If Comcast renews with Google this year, it would send a signal to Google’s other partners that the world’s largest search engine is willing to negotiate a better deal for its partners.

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