NBC Deal Offers Model For Comcast-TWC Antitrust Talks
Law360, New York (February 25, 2014, 7:37 PM EST) -- If antitrust regulators don't take Comcast Corp. to court over its proposed $45 billion deal with Time Warner Cable Inc., the deal Comcast inked to assuage concerns over its acquisition of NBC Universal Inc. in 2011 offers a roadmap for how the government could address worries about market foreclosure and net neutrality.
Announced earlier in February, the proposed tie-up would combine the top two cable providers in the country to create a behemoth with roughly 30 percent of the U.S. pay-TV marketplace. Still, the companies have already vowed to divest 3 million subscribers in order to address potential competition concerns, and...
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