David L. Cohen Talks!

About 3D TV, high cable prices, and NBC. Plus: Making sense of the Eagles' draft picks, soda tax news, and more headlines

Specter Gets Inky, Post-Gazette Endorsements. The state’s two largest papers cite his long track record, expertise and clout. [Politics PA, Inquirer, Post-Gazette]

David L. Talks! In an interview with the Patriot-News, Comcast’s exec VP David L. Cohen opens up about how  the NBC deal could create jobs in Philly, why cable prices probably aren’t going down any time soon, and the future of 3D TV. Want more David L.? See this Philly Mag profile from last fall. [Patriot News]

Trash Fee & Soda Tax Are Basically Dead. From yesterday’s Inquirer on council’s plans. Get ready for a property tax increase instead. [Inquirer]

Grading the Eagles Draft Picks. What did the experts think? A nice roundup here, from the Eagles own website. Or read The Post’s own Michael Bradley. [PhiladelphiaEagles.com]

The Eagles Went for “Workout Warriors.” Ray Didinger says that more than any time in recent memory the Eagles drafted players who put up great numbers at the NFL combine, not necessarily on the football field. Welcome to the Howie Roseman era. [CSNPhilly]

Amnesty! Owe Pennsylvania back taxes? The state will cut you some slack, with a 54-day amnesty program that waives all the penalties and half the interest. Officials are hoping to raise hundreds of millions. [6abc]

Federal Prosecutors Want to See LM Webcam Photos. Seeking to overturn a judge’s order. [Main Line Times]