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Commonwealth Edison Company (ComEd) is engaged principally in the purchase and regulated retail sale of electricity and the provision of distribution and transmission services to a base of residential, commercial, and industrial customers in northern Illinois.... more.
3 Consumer Reporter
Looking through footage that had been lurking in my in-box, I cant believe I missed one that showed Channel 3 consumer reporter Jim Donovan on snow assignment at the art museum, becoming part of his story by using an inflatable beach float as a sled and coming down the museums steps.
Jim did a good job. He stayed true for about three-qareters of the steps length before plateauing at a landing. He had been talking to sledders who bought their floats that day, and I guess he just couldnt resist taking his own whirl.
- Channel 3 consumer reporter Jim Donovan has found a new way to attract an audience, one that doesn't even have to turn on a television to see him!Donovan, in Philadelphia for about a year now, has been impressed with some of the local sites, particularly the city's murals that grace so many walls that would otherwise be bare and unprepossessing.He's encountered several of Philadelphia's more than 2,000 murals since giving up his car upon moving to the city and making the most of his excursions on foot.Obviously, a person of action, Donovan took a training course to be a docent with the Philadelphia Mural Project.Now, he can be seen on given Wednesdays and Saturdays giving tours to people who sign up to see how Philadelphians have decorated their walls.Donovan has an affinity for tourists.One of his favorite pastimes is travel.He is particularly fond of cruises and tends to meet people with whom he stays in touch, some for years after the trip during which they became acquainted.
Channel 3 consumer reporter Jim Donovan sees one or two movies a week.He chose to give his preferences among the nominees rather than offer predictions.These preferences show Jim to be a critic of taste who likes nuanced performances and interesting work.His choice for Best Picture would be "Finding Neverland," a look at playwright James Barrie as he gets inspiration for his breakthrough work, "Peter Pan," from a family he meets in London's Kensington Gardens. 'Neverland's" director was not nominated, so Donovan goes to Alexander Payne, director of "Sideways," for that nod.For best actor, Donovan chooses Don Cheadle from "Hotel Rwanda," the powerful movie that also features his choice for best supporting actress, Sophie Okonedo.For best actress, Donovan leans towards Imelda Staunton for her subtle performance as an abortionist in the days before abortion was legal in Britain in "Vera Drake."CN8's Barry Nolan, host of "Backstage with Barry Nolan," is in line with Donovan when it comes to acting preferences.
Donovan launches 'On Your Side' Hotline* Channel 3 consumer reporter Jim Donovan wants you to enlist him if you're having trouble with a contractor or any other consumer matter. On Wednesday, Donovan launched the "On Your Side" Hotline via which viewers can call and kvetch and, perhaps, get redress for bad or incorrect jobs done in their homes.Recently, pre-Hotline, Jim helped a woman who called him to say installers did not hang her kitchen cabinets properly.Donovan not only got the cabinets re-installed but got the woman a discount on the original price of them.
The results of the testing will be broadcast by Channel 10 consumer reporter Jim Donovan and COSI Guests will have the opportunity to try out the toys for themselves during the Holidays and then take home the printed guide.